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This example generates a command symbol in DIAdem VIEW. If you click the command symbol, a non-modal user dialog box displays where you can select data sets and display them section by section in DIAdem VIEW.
The example takes the data it displays from channels. Each individual channel contains several measurement cycles of a pressure sequence. The example splits the channels selected in the dialog box into individual measurement cycles and stores the measurement cycles in temporary channels. The example uses these temporary channels to display in DIAdem VIEW. Use the dialog box to select and display single as well as multiple measurement cycles and compare them.
The non-modal user dialog box you have used includes several tabs, channel selection fields, static and dynamic texts, and you can minimize it to the title bar.
The example uses the BarManager object to create the command symbol..
|VIEWDisplayChnParts_Init.vbs||Script file to initialize the example|
|VIEWDisplayChnPartsSUD.vbs||Script file to display the user dialog box|
|VIEWDisplayChnParts.sud||Dialog box file|
|Note When this example starts, DIAdem loads example files and overwrites existing data and layouts.|
Checking a User Dialog Box Entry | Closing a User Dialog Box with a Script | Configuring a Map Display | Configuring a Text Box Display | Creating a Dynamic User Dialog Box | Creating a Non-Modal User Dialog Box | Creating a Procedure in the Script of a User Dialog Box | Creating a User Dialog Box without Linking Variables | Creating a User Dialog Box | Creating an Extended Table | Deleting Curve Sections and Interpolating over Specified Points | Displaying 2D Axis Systems with Several Y-Axes | Displaying Graphics in Selection Lists | Displaying Images in DIAdem VIEW | Displaying Properties in the Legend of a Curve | Displaying the Curve Coordinates | Displaying Videos and Data Synchronously | Enabling Controls | Finding Values in Channel Tables | Interpolating Curve Points | Opening the Dialog Editor | Responding to Cancellation of a User Dialog Box | Responding to User Entries in User Dialog Boxes | Saving and Restoring the Last Dialog Box Position | Saving Control Groups for User Dialog Boxes | Setting the Leading Curve | Specifying the Default Button | Synchronizing 3D Models and Data | Tabulator Order in a User Dialog Box | Transferring a Parameter to a User Dialog Box | Transferring User Dialog Box Entries to DIAdem | Transferring VIEW Layouts to DIAdem REPORT | Using a Script to Fill a Selection List | Using Channel Selection Lists | Using Hotkeys in a User Dialog Box | Using the Flex Properties | Viewing Data as Curves | Zooming and Scrolling Curve Areas