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    Default flashing when value change

    I am using combi element. Value 0 1 2 3
    I want to see flashing element when value is changed. And I want to acknowledge this flashing.

    And where I can see status of value?
    Last edited by focus : 19th January 2012 at 15:13

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    Default Re: flashing when value change

    Hi,

    The built-in functionality of acknowledging of flashing can be done via a double right-mouse click on the element.

    However this is the flashing attribute of the variable that is activated through a limit / reaction matrix, and not the flashing for a state at the combi-element.

    You can view most statusbits of a variable in the variable diagnosis screen. Simply create a variable diagnosis screen, create a screen switch function, make sure the column "status" is available, and add the varialbe(s) you want to monitor.

    Hope this helps!
    Regards,
    Mark

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    Default Re: flashing when value change

    This element have the context menu, and when I press double right-mouse - I see the context menu. Is there another way?

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    Default Re: flashing when value change

    Hi,

    There is a zenon function "alarms: acknowledge flashing". This function however, does not acknowledges a single variable that is flashing, but a complete screen (frame), which in your case may also be helpful.

    You could implement this function in your context menu.

    Regards,
    Mark

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