Probably it’s a known issue but the behavior of ON/OFF labels for the RC inputs on CRR sometimes isn’t correct when RCgroup condition is recalled by a ParameterSet. However, the actual routing is correct along to the RCgroup setting as far as I checked.
Hi Kakudo, Is this the same issue as this post: LINK ? We couldn't open your design. Can you check for special characters in you design, remove them and email me this new version? On the issue: can you email me perhaps a screen recording or tell us which ON/OFF labels do not change. Thanks in advance. BR Arno
My mistake of not responding to you on your first post. I know if tested it before and Engineering tested it with an own build design. And so far we cannot reproduce it. So it would be helpful to have you design and additional information is welcome :-) BR Arno
If I use CRR and simple ParameterSets – no issues (Test 1, No PSetList, CRR). If I use ParameterSet to recall from PSetList – no issues (Test 2, PSetList, No CRR). Using both in project also works, until you save and try to open the file (Test 3, PSetList, CRR). I lost one day and a lot of files identifying this, attached files are for reproducing the issue. Adding any CRR in Test 2 will crash the file, calling PSetList in Test 1 will do the same. Any known workaround?
Hi Kiril, I've tested this here, and I am able to reproduce the issue. Engineering is being made aware of this one too. This seems to happen in CSD vers 5.4-5.5.1. It works in 5.3.2, and I assume previous versions of 5.x from there as well. However, I believe this isn't something that's done often. Creating a parameter set to invoke a pset list, only to select another parameter set seems redundant. Though, if you have a good use case for this, I'd like to see if I can come up with a...
I use this feature in cases with a lot of scenarios and mixing and changing them is a lot easier. For example, in this project I have 30+ ParameterSets grouped by function in lists for smaller reusable tasks and 10 for main scenarios. Main p-sets calls smaller ones and they are reused many times, changing is very easy and foolproof. Using them as a list in remote is also useful, because adding new item does not require editing the page and adding new button for that. Information about which...
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