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TOPIC: Simple suggestion : Note field heater

Simple suggestion : Note field heater 6 years 2 months ago #2041

  • Francis
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Hi !

As I said in my other thread, I'm working on several templates that we'll use a lot in our data merging.

I'm asking here for a simple note field as common heater to display some information in layers like what is the things to adapt for a certain heater, what fields that must be linked to it etc..

Guess it's simple to add an heater like this?

As I said earlier, great tool ! Tried the batch module executer yesterday, really great and usefull !
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Re:Simple suggestion : Note field heater 6 years 2 months ago #2042

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Hi Francis,

Thanks for your suggestion. In a further version we add this feature in an advanced function. By now you can use the .NET Script Heater for simple notes in the definition. Move the .NET Script Heater by drag and drop into the pipe/connection to you want to add a note. Double click on the .NET Script heater and only insert your note in the description text box. This note is displayed as tool tip if you move the mouse over the heater.

NOTE: You don't have to change the script code. The default script code works well for this!

Hope this helps a bit.
Best wishes
Robert Stark

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