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How to prevent simulink model windows to maximize automatically?

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Hello there!
I've been working with evolutive algorithms that use both code and a simulink model. These run an average of 10000 executions, and every execution opens the simulink model automatically and maximizes, which I find it disruptive, cause I need to use my computer for other purposes meanwhile the executions are solved in matlab and this function takes me out from the window I am currently using, like this moment, that I need to reconfirm this window to keep writing.
Thank you for every recommendation!


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Sourabh Kondapaka
Sourabh Kondapaka on 16 Nov 2020
Edited: Sourabh Kondapaka on 16 Nov 2020
You mentioned that you are using code and a simulink model and in every execution opens the simulink model. You can avoid opening the simulink model in 2 ways:
Approach 1:
I'm assuming you are using open_system() to open the simulink model. If you want to continue using this command you can load the simulink model without opening it in the simulink editor by adding an input argument 'loadonly' to the command as shown below. Please refer this link for more information.
Approach 2:
You can use load_system() command instead of "open_system()" to load the model into memory without opening in the Simulink Editor as shown below. Please refer this link for more information
h = load_system("vdp")

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Alejandra Ríos
Alejandra Ríos on 16 Nov 2020
Thank you for solving my problem, I was actually using the open_system() command and these approaches helped too much. Regards!

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