A common mistake I find in people trying to load and execute scripts in Eplan, is that they forget to save their files in the correct format. A simple .txt won’t do it, as that isn’t recognized by Eplan’s compiler as being a script. So using the example of the script to change the language, we start by creating a new text file. I happen to prefer Notepad++ as it is superbly oriented for programming.
Then we click ‘save as’ and select .cs in the type of file. I know this seems very simple, and it is! But I’ve this common misconception too many times. Please tell me in the comments whether this was helpful.
Originally published on 16/10/2016