Have the ability to create folders for displays as a way to organize them. Be able to add and delete displays from the folders. Manage user access to displays (read vs read/write) by the folders.155 votes
The PI Vision development team has completed work on display folders in PI Vision 2017 R2. Upgrade to PI Vision 2017 R2 to take advantage of this and other key new features. You can read about what’s new in PI Vision 2017 R2 in the release announcement: https://techsupport.osisoft.com/Troubleshooting/Releases/RL01278
Currently limited to AF identities that my useraccount is explicitly part of. However, any Coresight admin should be allowed to share displays to any AF identity.
Now as an Admin, i need to reassign display ownership to a specific person in a group (AF identity) and ask them to share the display. Not ideal for central authoring of displays.25 votes
In PI Vision 2017 R2, the PI Vision home page was updated to allow administrators to share a display with any identity.
manual set Y scale value of the displays20 votes
A number of configuration enhancements are included in PI Coresight 2016 R2. These enhancements include:
- Set the min/max scale for gauges and trends
- Set the Y scale on a trend on a per data item basis
- Set the color, thickness, and line style for a trace line
- Control the list order of data items in the legend
- Set the foreground and background color for the trend
MultiState symbol with limit traits should show both the trait name and attribute name if they differ.
When user have renamed the limit trait attribute name (for example HiHi ->Critial Temperature) and uses the trait within a multistate symbol the trait name rather then the trait attribute name shows up for the mutlistate configuration, either both should show or allow for the user to chose which to see (or see by default). The limit trait attribute names does show within Coresight AF hierarchy, there should be an explicit relationship displayed associating the multistate intervals and the trait attribute names.6 votes
This behavior has been changed so that the attribute name is now what is shown in the configuration pane and the corresponding limit trait name is now shown in the tooltip if you hover over the attribute name that is shown.
Allow combining ProcessBook folders and native Processbook folders (i.e procbook displays and native pi vision displays will reside in one folder); allow building hierarchies using both types of folders at the same time3 votes
This is supported in PI Vision 2017 R2. Native PI Vision displays can be created in the same folder containing ProcessBook displays. Because the ProcessBook display folder structure is created and managed based on the Windows file system, ProcessBook displays cannot be moved within the PI Vision app, but PI Vision displays can be moved to ProcessBook folders from within the app.
Multi-State should allow decimal numbers in the limits.2 votes
Decimal values for multistate limits are supported starting in the 2016 version.
When I switch to "multiple scale" there is no possibility to add the values per scale manually!1 vote
In PI Vision, it’s possible to adjust the scale minimum and maximum values whether you’re using single or multiple scales. When multiple scales are enabled, you can see a unique scale for each trace on the trend. You can manually adjust the scale for each trace in the “Trace Options” within the Trend Format configuration pane.
We may want to hide the timebar for certain displays, but maintain it for others. Currently, it seems like all hyperlinks pull in the URL modifiers from the source location. So if I want, for example, a timebar on my second-level displays, I need to have it on my first-level displays.1 vote
The ability to control whether URL parameters like hidetimebar are passed in a display link was implemented in the PI Vision 2017 R2 release.
can we please have blink option available for multi-states?1 vote
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