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Thread: Checking if a combi-element is locked

  1. #1
    ptk_mzeh Gast

    Default Checking if a combi-element is locked

    Hello,

    I'm trying to use interlocking to lock certain elements in my pictures.
    When locking a standard button, I can easily check its locking state with Element.Enable - which will return False if the lock is active.
    But when I lock a combi-element Element.Enable will always return True, regardless of its locking state.

    Is there any way to check during runtime if an element (especially combi-elements) is locked?

    I'm Using Zenon 7.00 SP0 Build0.

  2. #2
    martins Gast

    Default Re: Checking if a combi-element is locked

    hi,

    sorry, so far, there is no way to determine an interlocking of a combi-element in the runtime.

    The only way to solve that is to hardcode it - you could use the value variable that you can link with each interlocking to determine the current state of the interlocking. Depending on the value, you then execute your code.

    best regards

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