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I have a love/hate relationship with Windows. I occasionally find that it gives me a "blue screen of death", wiping out whatever I am running. My optimizations take a long time to run (days), and it is particularly annoying to lose this work.

Would it be possible to include an "Auto-Save" feature for the Optimizations Tab that can be user-configured for whatever time period is appropriate?

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As a way to pause and restart optimization from a saved state?
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As a way to pause and restart optimization from a saved state?

Whatever answer will be, I wouldn't refuse being able simply to dump data periodically. Something with two user params: file path and frequency.
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You can create a custom optimizer for that.
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I always have this option in my mind, thanks)). The problem is it's not that easy for me. My dream optimizer is nothing but a simple random combination generator with dumping, and a simple optimizer example doesn't look impossible for me, but making it multithreaded - I'm not sure I can make it.
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As a way to pause and restart optimization from a saved state?


Yes, that would be the best solution, but I would settle for just writing the current results to file.

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+1. I would not settle for anything less than serializing (deserializing) the interim results of an optimization to (from) a file. Otherwise dumping to a text file would look like a seldom discovered, single-user solution.
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Eugene,

You have my vote on that!

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