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galashkina
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Converted to «o» to «x» in the dialog box « Panel Components...»

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12-06-2012 12:23 AM

I start the Insert Component (Panel List) command.

 

In the dialog box « Panel Components...» in the left column displays the «x» and «o».

What command can be converted to «o» to «x»?

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rhesusminus
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Re: Converted to «o» to «x» in the dialog box « Panel Components...»

12-06-2012 02:39 AM in reply to: galashkina

If you press the HELP-button in this dialog, the help-file says:

 

"An "x" displays in left-hand column for any listed panel component tag that already has its schematic component inserted on the drawing and there is an exact match on catalog and manufacturer values between the two. An "o" displays if the tags match but there is mismatch on catalog and manufacturer values between the two."

 

 


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Re: Converted to «o» to «x» in the dialog box « Panel Components...»

12-06-2012 02:50 AM in reply to: rhesusminus

Can somehow update the database of the project to the "o" was transformed into an "x"?

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Re: Converted to «o» to «x» in the dialog box « Panel Components...»

12-06-2012 03:30 AM in reply to: galashkina

I don't belive you can do this amutomatically.

You'll have to go to the components marked "o", and make sure that the Manufacturer/Catalog data matches on both schematic and panel components.

 


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