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  1. Loading screen on NA

    Okay, it seems I didn't formulate the right question or something... I thought it was a simple question. On my HMI screen while operating, there's several pages where I click on a button, for example, to process a subroutine which makes the screen freeze until the end of the subroutine because it requires lot of code to process. What I want to do is show up an hourglass or loading popup to let the user know it's still processing the code. When I was looking for a solution for this, I read something about threads in that allows the program to create a separate process while another is in progress. Is this possible?
  2. Hi everyone. I'm progressing little by little on my project. So I was thinking of ways to improve my code and interactivity and come up with the idea to popup a loading screen on those processes that requires some time to load. The thing is, i'm not familiarized with threads or anything similar to it. My main question would be, how can I make a simple loading screen? (Or just an hourglass, img, etc.) However I understand I would need to get some previous knowlegde about threads(?), if so, can anyone point me a guide or website, and also point me what can Sysmac Studio do and cannot relative to this matter? Thx in advance.
  3. Thank you. Well,l I solved all the problems now, one by one, with great effort I could finally understand how more or less sysmac works on this matters.
  4. Hi This is a continuation of the following post: But since it is a different error I thought to write it on a new post. The problem I have is, once I reseted my controller, cleared all memories, whenever I want to transfer my new program to the controller I get this error: I clicked on the "Update Configuration and Setup Transfer Data" command but nothing happens and the problem still persists What does "perform a rebuild operation" mean? What can I do, the ETHERCAT configuration is correct since the last post error was fixed. Any idea?
  5. Thank you I managed to get no errors regarding Slave configuration. However I have another problem which I will write on a new post.
  6. Hi I wanted to exchange one of my NX-OD3256 unit modules attached on a NX-ECC203 Ethercat Coupler for a NX-OD4256. But it seems impossible since i'm getting several errors on my sysmac studio and on the controller and coupler. The initial errors are the following: This happens when I restart and connect to the controller on sysmac: And this error shows up whenever I try to transfer the new configuration on the Ethercat tab by the button "Transfer to Unit": I searched for this post in the OMRON web: But the Minor Faults persists, I checked the troubleshooting manual and the w505 manual, but I cannot find any revelant info about the problem. I tried many things, like reseting the controller, going back to the old configuration program or checking any physical issue, which seems everything is fine. Any help is apreciated.    
  7. Custom Keypads

    Right, I went crazy searching for any hint about all this. Luckily for me you figured out this issue before I could give up and end up coding all from scratch. Thank you
  8. Custom Keypads

    Yes! Thank you innoaloe! Where did you find this info from? I wouldn't be able to figure this out ever, unless I went instruction by instruction! It worked like a charm, I need to keep this info secured for the future.
  9. Custom Keypads

    Thank you but this does not help me, the guides never mention how to make a DateTime keypad popup when clicking on a DataEdit. Check out the image, as you can see I cannot establish Date as DataType so the InputMethod will always be NumericKeyPad o QwertyKeyPad. Maybe I'm blind and cannot see the way to do it, anyways I should formulate the question in another way: How can I make a DateTime Keypad popup from a DataEdit?  
  10. Hi, noobie question... I'm using a NA5 on my sysmac studio 1.17 What is the method or code that I have to type in order to pop a Custom DateTime Keypad up? I have a button which I set up a subroutine called "calldatekeypad" whenever the button is clicked. But the subroutine is empty because I don't know how to call a keypad on my screen. Any help is apreciated.
  11. I need to save the new generated recipes from my program into my SDCard plugged either in the HMI or in the NJ Controller (it doesn't matter where). Whenever I use SaveAllRecipes() function, in my simulations the path is choosen automatically, so the generated .csv is saved on my hardisk at "C:/OMRON/Data/Temp". However, once i'm working my program just with my NJ controller and HMI (without a Computer on it's network), theres no .csv generation at all despite of my SDCard being plugged either in the HMI or in the NJ Controller. There's no such function for specify a path for saving recipes as far as I know, right?. So I cannot import anything from nowhere, that's my problem when I try to use ImportRecipe(). Is this case, what I'm doing wrong or what is necessary to set up previously in order to store the generated .csv into de SDCard? Ty in advance
  12. Ty innoaloe, I will try that, if it wasn't for you...
  13. Hi this might be stupid question, but I'm trying to use these functions for recipes: SaveAllRecipes(GetSelectedRecipeTemplate("myPage","myRecipe") System.IO.File.Copy(SAVEDRECIPEPATH?, SDCARDPATH?) Where does this save file go, which path I got to copy to use on my SD card? Then also to import recipe want to: ImportRecipes(myRecipe.SelectedTemplate, SDCARDPATH? & myRecipe.SelectedTemplate & ".csv") Also mention that there's no computer connected to the controller. When I was doing my simulations I could see that SaveAllRecipes generated csv file that went to "C:\OMRON\Data\Temp" folder. But there's no computer to store the saved recipe in this case. Thx in advance
  14. Yup, thank you for the responses, i'm going to try "Michael Wash" method since "panic mode" one did not work as intended.
  15. Will try that thank you! Does that somehow interrupts the rest of the program or it's totally safe?