Release 2020-1 (5 Feb 2020)

  • Changed licensing to a new system where you purchase a fixed number of 1-year activations that can be used on one computer or many computers, as desired. There is no time limit for when activations can occur, but each activation lasts for 1 year. This replaces the old purchase/license scheme which had a fixed number of computers and a fixed duration (1-, 2-, or 3-years). The new system is more flexible and automated, so a user can independently activate licenses with an activation key code sent to them right after purchase. Release 2020-1 honors licenses under the old system (purchases prior to February 2020) and under the new system (Feb 2020 and later).
  • Transient model initial heads are now specified by level and x,y instead of by domain and x,y. This allows greater flexibility and difference in the domain arrangements between the initial condition model vs. the transient model.
  • Line pathlines can now propagate from equally spaced points on each segment of a polyline instead of from points on just a single line segment.
  • Added an analysis tool to compute the discharge across all external line boundaries and report these to the run log. In a transient run these are reported for each time step. This capability is also now available in automated runs from the command prompt.
  • Updated Microsoft .NET from version 4.5 to version 4.6.
  • Fixed bug that placed pathline end point markers at 0,0 when no other end point was drawn
  • Fixed bug in pathline tracing when a particle leaves vertically
  • Fixed bug where in autorun mode, the plot points evaluated was always default (10000) instead of what was set in the .anaq file
  • Fixed bug that prevented graphic editing of area pathline polygons