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    12 comments  ·  PI Vision » Ad Hoc Analysis  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    We are currently working on providing the ability to add multiple cursors to a trend for the PI Vision 2019 release.

    UPDATE: It will be possible to add multiple cursors to trends on displays as well as popup trends and to the trend in the new ad hoc workspace that is being introduced in PI Vision 2019.

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    6 comments  ·  PI Vision » User Experience  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Having the mouse cursor change to a hand to indicate when a symbol is configured with a navigation link is in development for the PI Vision 2019 release. To make this behavior more intuitive for users, single-clicking the symbol will trigger the navigation instead of double-click. Trends will be an exception to this, single-clicking a trend will continue to drop a cursor and double-click will be required for navigation links.

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    2 comments  ·  PI Vision » Symbols  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    jeffwatkins commented  · 

    This is as a result of an issue I had where I could not completely hide a symbol in a multistate. Making the color "invisible" (the option with the diagonal line through it) shows the actual symbol itself, as originally drawn/colored, in the symbol library. I've figured out a work-around, wherein one of the multistate colors available is actually the color of the background (Format Display). However, if the symbol is on top of another multistate symbol, then that background color can change. And the most you can do to eliminate the symbol in that situation, is to format it as "hollow", but you still then see the symbol's outline against the underlying multistate. I suppose I could create an "automation attribute" that takes into account the multistate conditions of the symbol itself, along with the multistate conditions of the underlying multistate, and color the symbol accordingly. This would work in a situation where there are few options for the underlying multistate, but in more complex underlying multistates, this will become tedious at best.

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