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    Question Turn off software limits from sbc file

    I want to turn Software Limit checking off using this command:

    SF, 0

    I added it to a sbc file I use. But it has no effect. Is there a different command I should use in the sbc file to do this?

    --Scott

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    I guess it could be the case SF, 0 only turns off limit checking temporarily. Is that how it works from a sbc file?

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    Correct. From the ComRef.pdf...

    Limit Checking may be turned ON or OFF using the [SF] command inside a Part File. However, at the time the Part File execution ends, Limit Checking is set to the same status it was at the time the Part File execution began. Limit Checking must be changed with a keyboard instruction in order to produce a persisting change. Limit Checking may slow file reading on slower computers. In such cases you may want to just use it for verifying files and then turn it off for normal operation.
    Scott

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    Good to know, thanks

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