Just wanted to know if it is possible to style the buttons in AIMMS based on information from the model. What I have in mind is allowing the user to open for example 25 different pages (e.g. for different inputs) by providing 25 different buttons.I would like to style these buttons in such a way that if the input that corresponds to the page this button opens contains an error, the button should be red or I would like to include a red Error symbol (think might be possible with unicode and variant selection?) on that button and if there are warnings, I would like to make it yellow or have a yellow warning symbol. Green checkmark could indicate there are no issues with that particular input. It could also be that buttons to open the 25 different inputs are not the best way to this from UX perspective. If that is the case, what would you recommend?
Hi,I am trying to create a variable in librarymodule2 which uses index based on sets declared in librarymodule1. It throws an error saying: “The index “lm1::i” is not present in the interface of Librarymodule “librarymodule1” and therefore cannot be referenced from within variable “lm2::var”. I am new to AIMMS but my colleagues have done this sort of thing many times and never encountered this error. It is not clear how to resolve this. BestVikram
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