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    This idea holds true for almost every OSI product.  Searching for tags in PB should be the same as DL or Builder.  AF should be exposed in a similar fashion in all tools.  In general the people who design the tools that allow us to expose the data we need should all get together and design interfaces that make the system work in a similar way no matter what tool you are using.

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  3. 35 votes

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    Scott Mitchell commented  · 

    In response to Stephen Kwan, "Hi Scott, can I get a screen shot of wha..."
    Hi Stephen. Thank you for taking a look at this. I was slightly off on my first request in that the default behavior on clicking the function expression expands the expression box with the cursor positioned at the end of the string. I work with mostly one or two line expressions. I think it would be nice that when the expression box expands for editing, the cursor would be positioned at the place I clicked.
     
    Here are some screenshots:
    Say I want to edit the attribute I am using in my EngBRunningYTD calculation. Out of habit from using other tools I click at the place I want to insert the cursor to do some editing.

     
    …and this is the result

     
     
    I think the standard for cursor placement is that it will appear at the point clicked. I actually can’t think of a tool that doesn’t do it that way. Years of time on tools that function in the way described require me to adjust the way I edit my work when using PSE. I understand this wouldn’t necessarily be a big issue for large multiple line expressions but for smaller one line editing the change in PSE would be pretty nice to see.
     
    Again, thanks for checking in with me on this request.
     
    -Scott

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    Scott Mitchell commented  · 

    The keep me signed in checkbox does not work using Chrome or IE. I don't believe this is an issue with a browser GP setting as using a similar checkbox for other sites does work in both browsers.

    Remembering a user sign on is a convenience for us and shouldn't be a big deal to implement on your end.

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    We are doing a project that will utilize the connector for OPC-UA.  Our current tag naming convention is inconsistent from plant to plant.  Using the connector to build new tags and AF structure is super appealing, but we don't want to loose 13 years of history just to make tag names and AF templates easier and more consistent.  Having a the ability to copy data from one tag to the next would be hugely helpful feature to have in Tag Builder doing thousands of tags one by one in SMT would not be an option for my project.

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