When you run Robot Simulator for the first time you will see one or more of these input screens:
This screen is required for the program to identify your registration, if you have purchased your program online please enter the first and last name you used for purchasing and the email you received the program to and press Ask for key.
If your registration is found your key will be sent to you by email after
pressing this button.
After receiving the key, run the program again and enter the key into the textbox below, then press "Activate Key" button.
If you do not have a key press "Skip registration and run the program", this will run the program in demo mode until you enter the key for it.
Upon start the program will show the opening screen, this screen can be used to select the situation you want to use or adjust any of the program's settings.
When you press "Load" the following screen will appear, this screen is also accessible from inside the main menu of the program.
On the left side of the screen you see a list of available situations and tutorials, It is highly recommended to start with the toturials and go over them one by one untill you gain a good understanding of how to use the program and what it can do for you.
After selecting situation from the left side, you see the screenshot appear above, and the description below, when you are ready to start the selected situation press "Load".
To Delete an existing situation select it from the list, and then press Delete, to Start a new situation press the New button.
Press the "Help" tab to see the help options, these include four
items: keys , about, manual and website.
Press the "Keys" tab to show you a list of keys used by the program, this list is also available inside the program pressing K.
Press the "About" tab to show you short information about this program including your serial number.
Press the "Manual" tab to show you this help.
Press the "Program" to see the inline help about program syntax and token by token explanatio.
Press F1 from inside the program to show you the help screen, to get context sensitive help click upon the line of th eprogram you would like to see, and then press F1 again and again untill you see what each token and variable does.