New sections for Abaqus and Ansys
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Author: Williams
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New sections for Abaqus and Ansys
#1
May I suggest for new sections for Abaqus and Ansys. The use of these software is gradually increasing, thereby leading to scattered posts in the forum. Having them in one section will help add to the yet organized forum and reduce scattered posts. I will personally contribute to posts in the section.

N.B: Can we have a way to hide our forum password...this will help to further encrypt our materials and softwares.
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#2
I agree with this. In this way we can further help specialize our forum.
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#3
The password of the forum is already hidden in a right post by using the forum codes.

Moreover there is posibility to hide the password too by using another code:

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#4
I think seprated section for specified software is not need at this time,
you can open new topic for abaqus or ansys in related thread and put your data there,
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