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AW: vrf RE HELP SET VARIABLE NAME

Question asked by VRFuser on Feb 8, 2000
I think there are two possible solutions(=get arounds) to this
behaviour :

1.) double klick on the SET VARIABLE Object and leave it in this view
    (so that you can see the terminals of this object)

or

2.) disable the show title option in the property-menue of the SET VARIABLE Object
    (Properties-->Icon-Tab-->ShowTitle)

Rolf



> -----Original Message-----
> From:     Heilman, Douglas
> Sent:     Tuesday, February 08, 2000 6:51 AM
> To:     'Ferrari Maurizio'; 'VRF'
> Subject:     RE: vrf RE HELP SET VARIABLE NAME
>
> Maurizio,  This does not appear to help very much.  There is something
> very strange going on here.  The "hour glass" effect does not appear to be
> related strongly to the length of the two variable names.  I tried "X" and
> "Y" for the two variable names rather than "LoooooooooooooooongName" and
> "ShortName" and there was no significant change in the timing.  Your
> change of pinging the Set Variable object and the constant integer object
> speed up the code slightly but the "hour glass" effect does not go away. 
>
> Doug Heilman   heilmand@tycoelectronics.com
>   
>
>      -----Original Message-----
>      From:     Ferrari Maurizio [SMTP:Maurizio.Ferrari@cselt.it]
>      Sent:     Tuesday, February 08, 2000 3:52 AM
>      To:     'VEETEST REFLECTOR LIST'
>      Subject:     vrf RE HELP SET VARIABLE NAME
>      Importance:     High
>
>       This should be the correct way to set the variable name
>
>       <<set variable name.vee>>
>
>      Bye
>
>      ------------------------------------------------------
>      Maurizio Ferrari
>
>      C.S.E.L.T.
>      Centro Studi e Laboratori Telecomunicazioni S.p.A.
>      Via G. Reiss Romoli 274 - 10148 Torino
>      Tel. 011 2287446
>      E-mail : Maurizio.Ferrari@cselt.it
>      ----------------------------------------------------
>
>
>
>       << File: set variable name.vee >>
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