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Thread: Two Alarm Objects with different amount of lines

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    Default Two Alarm Objects with different amount of lines

    Hi !
    I wanna have two alarm objects with different amount of lines:
    1. An Alarm object in the main screen (main frame)
    2. An alarm object in the top of the screen (in a different frame on the top) showing the 2 most recent alarms.

    I have tried the Alarm Status Line but it is not the way I need.
    I thing I should not change any configuration in the limits values, because it will reflect to both alarm objects.
    The difference between them is the number of lines to be shown.
    I tried accomplished that, but when I have more than 2 alarms the alarm object starts to show scroll bars.
    Is there a way to just disable the scroll bars, so could just resize the height to show only 2 or 3 lines in this specific object?
    Thank you !
    Last edited by ronei_candido : 1st July 2021 at 15:54

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    Default Re: Two Alarm Objects with different amount of lines

    I solved it changing "Maximum number" to 2 in Origin of the data (Historic data) in the open function of the screen. 

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