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Thread: Automatic line coloring (ALC) and DPI variables

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    Default Automatic line coloring (ALC) and DPI variables

    Hello!

    I am trying to use automatic line coloring with procedural element "Switch" and DPI variable used for this switch, but I don't have any success. When using "Switch" with BOOL variable, everithing is OK,

    Info text from the manual of ALC says that if the procedural element is in the state "undefined" or "malfunction" (DPI states "2" and "3"), this is is automatically detected. Does it mean that DPI variables are supported in ALC? If so, how?

    Best regerds,
    Gregor

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    Default Re: Automatic line coloring (ALC) and DPI variables

    Hello!

    Problem solved.
    In fact it was not a problem, but the precise line and object positioning. ALC works without problems with DPI signals.

    Best regards,
    Gregor

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    Default Re: Automatic line coloring (ALC) and DPI variables

    if you use the magnetic points while placing lines and objects, and disable the grid (use grid inactive) you get a little help from the system at connection lines with Input / Output of the combi-element

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