WUFI Plus Menu
Five different menu are available in WUFI Plus, the Project, the Inputs, the Options, the Database and the Help menu. The choices within the menu are described below.
The picture shows the header in WUFI Plus. Below the menu bar are icons with shortcuts for opening a new project, opening an existing project or saving the current project. Furthermore a new case can be created and one can ask for help to the actual topic.
The project menu in WUFI Plus is used to handle the projects. New projects can be created with the "New" button.
Old projects can be opened with the "Open" button. The recently used projects can be opened with the "Reopen" button. A click on the arrow on the righthand side offers the last ten WUFI Plus projects to be reopened.
The "Save" button saves the current project under the project name given to the project. If the project was not saved before, the same dialog opens as with the "Save as..." button.
The "Exit" button exits WUFI Plus. If any changes were made after the last saving, a warning apperas, which asks if one wants to save the changed input.
The inputs menu makes a fast navigation within the project possible. All the navigation that can be performed within the inputs menu is also possible in the navigation tree.
The activation of the arrow right hand of "Components (Partitions)" shows all components and windows of the whole project. A click on one of the components opens the component editing page, on one of the windows opens the window editing page.
The "Attached Zones" button opens the attached zones page.
The options menu in WUFI Plus guides to the input mask for color settings and the definition of general indications regarding the software and the user.
The "Assemblies" button opens a database with predefined assemblies which can be selected for the building components. New assemblies can be defined as well.
In the windows database windows with all neccessary window data are predefined. New windows can be added by providing all window data.
The emission sources database contains possible sources for heat and moisture as well as for carbon dioxide.
"About WUFI+.." shows some information about the WUFI Plus installation, including the version and database version number.