Add an image as a background.
Draw a shape onscreen. Click left on the main simulation window and hold down left mouse button until the shape is the size required.
Import an AutoCAD drawing to use as a background image for your simulation.
Add an image to the simulation window that changes whenever the global data item value you attach to it changes.
Layered displays allow simulation objects to be assigned to different layers on the screen.
Write text on the simulation window.
Add dynamic text pop up boxes displayed while your simulation runs.
Display dynamic run time charts of any data you wish.
Display a dynamic table of your data on the simulation.
Display a text or number global data item onscreen that will update as your simulation runs.
Data Bars allow you to represent the value of a simulation variable on screen. These give an animated display of how a variable’s value is changing over simulation run time.
Sliders let you update the value of bar by sliding a bar up and down, you can even change the variable value at run time.
Drop a button onscreen and attach an action to create a custom interface for your simulation.
Add a title and introduction dialog to your simulation.
Add custom dialogs to display information, change inputs and display custom results.
Add your own menus to the home tab to give access to your custom dialogs.
Tabs can be added directly to the simulation window, allowing for display of the simulation itself, dialogs, HTML pages, Custom Reports, and spreadsheets.