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Names of filters 5 years 7 months ago #22572

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How can I change the name of the filters?
My filters always get the name of the Dirac Project I am working with.
However, as in the picture below I it must be a way to change the names!

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Names of filters 5 years 7 months ago #22637

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@ Juan,

unfortunately that's not a feature of Dirac I'm afraid. The name in the slots is the name of the project as you already hinted. Just save different project names. :-)

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I see no reason why saving your Dirac projects with descriptive names would not meet your requirements.

Tip: If your project file name is too long, you will only see the first 12 characters, so make sure when you are naming the project, the first 12 characters are descriptive.

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