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Alarm windows in V700 to small font

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Hi,

I try to build project with new V700 panel.

Large display make possible to use large buttons and fonts visble for  user without glasses .

Application in V700 is disigned for users with age above 50.


But alarm display in V700 has small font and little buttons. Stylus must be used.

It is hard to use V700 alarm display without magnification or glasses.

Is it possible to switch font or resize embedded to V700 alarm display buttons?

 

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I try to use large font 14 or 18 in alarm window message description.
Alarm message is written above standard line with applied font any other changes not possible. :(
It look like impossible to make custom  design for embedded alarm window.

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Some of the features in the V700 are still tied to legacy resolutions established for the V350 and V570.  Send your project and request to support@unitronics.com and see if they can help.

Joe T.

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Thanks to Joe Tauser.

Support team answer came to me immediately.

But now it is impossible to make custom design for embedded alarm window. I solved the problem. Custom hand made alarm display design with big messages and standard history window is used now.

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On 18/10/2017 at 21:54, Joe Tauser said:

Yo siempre hago el mío también. Mucho más flexibilidad pero lleva un tiempo.

Joe T.

How can I create my own list with custom size?

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This involves the use of a data table.

1.  Create the table in the format you want your list to be, with all appropriate columns

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2.  Write logic to put your list in the table using the Write Row function

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In this logic I use "Copy Rows" to bump all the rows down by one and write the new data to row 0.

3.  Make a screen with a whole bunch of variables on it with the data you want to display.

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4.  Write logic to populate all those variables with Read Row functions

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As I said, it takes a while.  This is why I really, really wish they had a data table graphic object in Visilogic.  But that's not going to happen.

Please don't ask for an example.  These are screenshots from a customer's program that he paid a fair amount of money for me to write and I'm not going to post it.

If you want to post your efforts and ask for assistance we'll be glad to help.

Joe T.

 

 

 

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