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TWO DIFFERENT TAGS FOR WINDOWS

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07-21-2012 05:35 PM

Hi:

 

Is it possible to have two different tags for windows? In some I'd want to see the description, and in others only the mark. It seems that I can only load one tag for windows at the time?

 

Thank you!!!

 

Silvia

use the same tag with two Types in it.  One Type will show the Mark, and the other Type will show the description.  Place the tag, then switch it using the type selector.  You will have to edit the window tag to add the descriptor lable, and set up the visibility for the Types.

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Re: TWO DIFFERENT TAGS FOR WINDOWS

07-22-2012 09:16 AM in reply to: ssoonets

use the same tag with two Types in it.  One Type will show the Mark, and the other Type will show the description.  Place the tag, then switch it using the type selector.  You will have to edit the window tag to add the descriptor lable, and set up the visibility for the Types.



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Re: TWO DIFFERENT TAGS FOR WINDOWS

07-23-2012 02:56 PM in reply to: davissc

Thank you!!!

 

It took a while to discover how to hide each label, but at the end I did it!!!


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