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Me and another programmer are working on the same program from Dropbox, when either of us open the file, Unilogic automatically creates copies of global tags. For example, a tag named Alarm Bit 0 is created by me and saved to Dropbox. Then I close the program. Then another programmer opens that file and he sees Alarm Bit 0_1 The tag Alarm Bit 0_1 is not linked to anything. Our finished program will eventually have over 1000 tags, and so far we are having to delete over 50 of these "indexed" automatically created tags. Is this a Dropbox issue? or a Unilogic bug? Any help or advice would be appreciated, Thanks. -John B Controls Tech
Is there a way to use variables to define the tags used in objects (buttons, number boxes, etc.) on an HMI screen? Here is my situation... and I'm sure everyone else has run into this. I have four identical servos: SRV01, SRV02, SRV03, SRV04. I have one screen created for the inputs and one screen for the outputs for SRV01. I want identical screens for the other servos. I hate the monotonous task of changing all of the tags one by one. There has to be an easier and faster way. I would like to be able to change a variable (SRV0#) based on which screen I am currently on. This would be the easiest. I'd settle for a way to change the tags in a list versus having to click into each and every box and button. Buttons are the worst with the tags buried in the "collection" and having to change the set and reset. There has to be an easier way that I have not found.
Dear All, I update at the version 1.18.37 without any problem; I created a new program and I see that if I expand in full screen (F11) I can't select the tag for the HMI object; if I let the screen in "normal size" it works; what can be wrong? to be clear...the tags list appears but if I try to select one of it I don't select it but a row int the "properties window" of the same object. ladder works in both condition. I opened some project done with the version 1.17.73...and for all I saw that some local tags was highlighted as "this tag can be link..."; the local tags was BUFFER.