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vrf Edit Title of Direct I/O Object

Question asked by VRFuser on Nov 13, 2007
Hi Lulia:
 
I can freely edit the title of your 2nd object (HYPERLINK "mailto:new@722"new@722), but not the first one. When I tried to change the title of the 1st one, Vee acted just like it did to my codes.
 
But I got the trick: Only after I changed the Instrument Name (e.g. hp34401a, the part precedes the brackets), then Vee would accept the changes to the rest of the title -- don't know this is intentionally set by my Vee 7.0 or something is wrong.
 
Thanks a lot,
 
Alex

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From: Iulia Popovici [mailto:iulia.popovici@urbanet.ch]
Sent: November 13, 2007 10:18 AM
To: Ren, Alex
Subject: Re: [vrf] Edit Title of Direct I/O Object


That's strange. On my PC it works - have a look at the attached.
 
Julia

----- Original Message -----
From: HYPERLINK "mailto:alex.ren@cmp.cpii.com"Ren, Alex
To: HYPERLINK "mailto:iulia.popovici@urbanet.ch"Iulia Popovici
Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2007 4:08 PM
Subject: RE: [vrf] Edit Title of Direct I/O Object

This is what I did (many times). After I made the change and left the Properties, Vee went back to its original.
 
Thanks,  Alex

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From: Iulia Popovici [mailto:iulia.popovici@urbanet.ch]
Sent: November 13, 2007 10:00 AM
To: Ren, Alex
Subject: Re: [vrf] Edit Title of Direct I/O Object


Hi,
 
It's very simple : go to the Direct I/O object's Properties and there you can (and may) edit the title name. OK ?
 
Regards, Julia
 

----- Original Message -----
From: HYPERLINK "mailto:alex.ren@cmp.cpii.com"Ren, Alex
To: HYPERLINK "mailto:vrf@agilent.com"VRF
Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2007 3:50 PM
Subject: [vrf] Edit Title of Direct I/O Object


Hi VRF:

Does anybody know how to edit the text title of the Direct I/O object? Sometimes the title name is too long, like DeviceName (DeviceName @ TCPIP Address), which makes the codes display quite awkward. I'd like to let the title tell more about the function of the object, like HYPERLINK "mailto:ResetFreq@718"ResetFreq@718 or HYPERLINK "mailto:PowerOn@Ethernet"PowerOn@Ethernet ... However, once I created the Direct I/O object in the Instrument Manager, the title name is set by Vee and I can't change it. Maybe I neglected something? I'm using Vee 7.0.

Thanks in advance,

Alex

 


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