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Your post processors can be copied anywhere on your system. We typically recommend that customers create a folder called Posts on your C:/ drive and place your posts there.

By keeping the posts separate from your Gibbs installation you are saved from having to locate and move your posts each time you get a new release. When posting a part the first time you will need to change directories to where your posts are located but you should default to the location on subsequent newly-created parts as well as previously posted part files.