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  1. Not sure if this is your problem specifically, but I've had a similar problem with the HMI not handling the transparent background selection in the way you might imagine it should. If you have Transparent Background selected, try unchecking it. If that's not it, you might try loading the images in Microsoft Paint and saving them as .bmp images, then using those as your Binary Image / Switch. I generally do that most of the time anyway because I like to alter the images slightly to my taste.
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  2. First off, if you're receiving 6 digits you'll need to link to an ML, not an MI. Try changing MI 285 to ML 0 in your variable definition block and see if that works. I've had trouble with the scan block doing the numeric receiving and translation in one operation. For testing, try changing your input variable to a straight longer-than-needed Stream type and see if you can grab the control characters as well. They may not be sending all six characters as weight. Here I've set up the block to receive a stream of any kind that hits the COM port up to 10 characters. The incoming data
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  3. It's very easy with the Schedule function block. I've attached the program from the UniLogic Example Projects collection, which is on the download page. I recommend everyone who plays with UniLogic download this as a reference. Joe T. UniStream_070_schedule.ulpr
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  4. Hi all, I'm sure lots of you know about these things that make life much easier using com ports. But in case you don't, here are 2 links to different sources amongst many: https://www.aliexpress.com/i/32860271754.html https://www.amazon.com/fosa-Ethernet-Terminal-Splitter-Connector/dp/B07D355PDX cheers, Aus
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  5. Hi support team, scince UniLogic 1.17.58 it is possible to upload and download retained tags.(Also in UniApps it is possible to backup and resotre all retained tags to and from a DOK) I often use "user editable" parameters like timers or other values as retained tags. In case of an empty CPU battery all this settings would be lost (and of course the machine would not work correct). My solution at the moment is to save all retained values into a datatable and write this datatable to a file (DTI to file function). This workaround is not very comfortable. What I would prefer is a sol
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