There are five drop-down menus available from the OpenSim main menu bar:
The File drop-down menu includes the following options which allow you to input and output information about models and motions:
The Edit drop-down menu is used to modify the following:
The File Editor allows you to edit the properties of the .xml files used in OpenSim. OpenSim settings (.xml) files contain, for example, settings for tools or additional data for models including marker sets, actuator sets, or control values.
To open the file editor:
The Preferences Editor allows you to change user preferences for the 3D View window and other parameters in the OpenSim GUI. To read about these properties described in detail visit the next section, User Preferences page.
The scripts menu gives you acces to a set of GUI scripts for model editing, batch processing and more. See the section on Scripting in the GUI for more details. A set of example scripts are included in OpenSim in the default Scripts directory.
The Tools menu enables you to easily perform the tasks needed to generate and analyze musculoskeletal simulations. The following tools are available in OpenSim:
Note that the availability of these options depend on the current model you have in the application.
The Window menu controls what windows are displayed:
The Help menu includes the following options:
As of OpenSim 3.2, we've added several shortcuts to menu items. On Mac, replace "Ctrl" with "Cmd" (⌘).
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