Create / edit address

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HMIs, human machine interfacesThin Client ET/MT-5x6OperationRemoteHMI Menu V4.xOpen ConfigurationAddress BookCreate / edit address

 

Each address book page may contain up to four address entries. Up to 10 address book pages may be created, resulting in a maximum of 40 address entries.

To facilitate orientation, the address book shows both the total number of pages and the current page.

 

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Use the F6 button to change address book pages in ascending order. When the last page had been reached pressing this button will return you to the first page.

 

Use the F6 button to change address book pages in descending order. When the first page had been reached pressing this button will return you to the last page.

 

Use the F6button to add a new address below the currently selected one.

 

Use the F6 to delete the currently selected address.

 

Use the F6 and F6 buttons to change the position of the currently selected address. See also (Fallback ).

 

The details of a selected connection can be edited via the (Connection Details ) register. You can also open this by double-clicking on to the connection you wish to edit.

 

All other functions have already been described in the (Connection selection ) section.

 

Hinweis

Since each further click on a check-box Symb_CheckBox_Emptyis interpreted as a selection of a fallback connection, Symb_CheckBox_FallbackConyou need to remove the tick from the check-box in order to be able to select a different connection as the start connection.

 

You may allocate a combination of keys (OSD-Hotkey ) to each address. By pressing this combination of keys (e.g. Ctrl + F4) you can establish a connection or change to such a connection in every operating mode.

 

Symb_ExtKaptlExpand Fallback

Symb_ExtKaptlExpand Connection Details

Symb_ExtKaptlExpand Verbindungswahl

Symb_ExtKaptlExpand OSD-Hotkey

 

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