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Take an existing project with a popup or page that contains multiple graphical items. Select those items. Now try to change the feedback to "none" and the hit to "pass through". Go to the states tab, whilst all the items are still selected. Set the image stretch to none and change the font to some thing new. Change to the second state and select a different font and font size.
Now check every item to see that every change made has been done. This does not work as expected.
Not all the items will have changed to properties that have been selected.
This has existed in the GUI editor since version 1.5.
It has been fixed from iRidium Studio 184.108.40.20611 (beta)
In version 2 (GUI Editor) that was possible to see how many commands / feedback that is assigned to each item:
What is idea to remove this in Studio?
Example: in this pic you Cant see if you miss some commands and can not see if something is wrong..
Please add this thing back in next version..
In the old GUI Editor, in the "Projects Overview" panel, there was a button to change the view of the project:
Now, in Studio, this icon is changed to
Nobody asked for this, nobody voted for this, and nobody wanted this...
Please bring back the old function; it is used by many our installers.
It could look better if the height of fast hint was calculated before the showing, not like now: the list with the full screen height for one record.
Just wondering why the Delete of Unused Objects does not delete unused feedback, only commands?
This is necessary in KNX to stop the querying on startup of unused feedback channels.
Suggestion: on the panel side of the iridium studio, when you import a server project you obtain the complete list of the Commands and Feedback. It would be better if this list will be grouped into the original driver. For example, if you have 5 or 6 driver it is much better to have 5 or 6 group subdivided by driver type (all KNX commads will be under KNX group, all modbus will be under modbus groups, and so on ...). Imangin 1000 commands, from 10 drivers/devices, and you need to find all the KNX commands ...
It would be great if we have an option in the Macro Editor:
Show System Menu
For every project again. Because every installer need this option in a project to quickly change settings in the client, and to prevent end-users to click in the project for 8 seconds (what is a problem for many end-users) to open the system-menu.
So, in the menu below we want an extra option: ShowSystemMenu, that we can drag & drop to the list with Macros in the Macro editor.
It has been implemented from iRidium Studio 220.127.116.1106 (beta)
For the modbus protocol we must use an On-Press command, sending a '1' to the Modbus register, always followed by an 'On-Release-command', sending a '0'.
The questions: can you improve the Modbus protocol, so this will be done in the default On-Press command? So the On-Press command is sending the 1, followed by the 0? Or make a special command (only if the installer is using a Modbus protocol), with this function build-in? Because now, for every button that will be used in a project, the installer has to made 2 commands, and that's not logical, so it's better to build-in this in the protocol for Modbus.
This should be a great improvement for all Modbus users!
It was added in iRidium Studio
In the project device tree, when hovering the mouse over a command or feedback, we can see in which page and item a specific command or feedback is used. This is great, because it's a usefull tool for debugging.
We want this option also for dynamic images: if we move (hoover) the mouse over an dynamic image in the Project Gallery, a little 'tooltip' showes the page or pages where this dynamic image is used. Including a parameter (number) how many times the dynamic image is used.
When adding feedbacks, we currently have to use the mouse to select Value, Text or more...
= Multiple mouse click
Can we please change this to be a form like adding commands,
- so it remembers the last selection
- we hit the enter button does the ok, the same as adding commands.
= after the first feedback is done, we then have one mouse click and one keyboard enter to add subsequent feedbacks of the same type.
This will be much much faster, and we don't have to use the mouse quite so much
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