The Project feature lets you save the Main display's position and size with the current Trace and View windows, and data to a file and restore them as desired. The trace data does not need to be saved in the Trace catalog.

To save a new project click Project > Save as... under the Traces menu. A standard Windows® save file dialog opens allowing full access to your computer's drives.

To load a project click Project > Load... under the Traces menu. A standard Windows® load file dialog opens allowing full access to your computer's drives.

To save changes to a currently loaded project click Project > Save under the Traces menu.

To clear the current project click Project > Clear under the Trace menu. Clear doesn't affect the saved project or any of the displayed views, traces, or data, it only clears the project's name from the current session.

Project files have the file extension "pjbx", which is automatically set when a project is saved. Project file names can be as long and use any characters supported by Windows® for file names. However, only the first 144 characters of the file name are displayed at the top of the main window. The name shown in the following image is 97 characters long.

The project file name is displayed whenever either the Load..., or Save as... options are used. When a project file name is displayed the Project > Save and Project > Clear options are enabled.

The project feature makes it easy to save something you are working on so that you can explore something else and then restore the program to the prior state when you want to resume working on a saved project.

The Project feature saves the same information as the "Auto restore desktop" option does, but you can have any number of project files saved to any location on your computer using whatever folder and file names you want to use to organize your projects.

What's Not Saved

While the Project file saves the state, size and location of the Ammo/Bullet Data window it does not save any of the search parameters or results. The Ammo/Bullet Data window displays in it's default state as shown in the image to the right.

All trace data is restored with the exception of custom drag functions or custom sight adjustment units which cannot be found when a project is loaded.

In the of case missing custom drag functions a message is display and a standard drag function (usually G1) is used instead. This can happen if you have disabled Custom drag functions or changed which folders are selected. Restore those setting and the project will load the custom drag function.

In the case of missing custom sight adjustment units, MOA will be used without displaying a message. Restore the Custom sight adjustment unit and either select it, or reload the project to view the original values.

This is the same as the what the "Auto restore desktop" option does.