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PostPosted: Tue Jul 25, 2006 1:42 pm 
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Please see the attached files Screenshot1.jpg and Screenshot2.jpg

The first project (ScreenShot1.jpg) seems to handle CAN Open communication much better than the second(ScreenShot2.jpg). The Codesys versions are the same (V2.3.6.1). One of the biggest difference I See is that the first one (ScreenShot1.jpg) doesn’t have a base parameters window. When I was given the original project (ScreenShot2.jpg), the window looked the same. By deleting and re-adding the entries (EDS Files), I ended up with the different appearance. My colleague’s pc (ScreenShot2.jpg) is unable to make these same changes.

Also in Screenshot1 PC the "CAN Parameters Tab" Has More options.

Does anyone have a similar experience. :?:


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 25, 2006 3:01 pm 
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There are settings in the configurator, that are configurable and some of them are stored in the project.
The configuration of the PLC-Configuration-editor is stored in the .cfg-File that is shipped with the target-description, provided by the PLC vendor.
If the target (so the .cfg-File) while a project exists, the appearance will first stay the same but when you add a new node for example, the view may change.
Or in other words: You may have changed on one of the PCs the target installation.


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 Post subject: So far so good... Thanks
PostPosted: Tue Jul 25, 2006 4:39 pm 
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:lol:

Seems to answer the question.

Thanks


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