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Created by LGaudreault
Created on Aug 19, 2022

Trend with digital state, show only digital state for scale, it should allow number like before in Processbook

In Processbook, when we draw a trend with multiple digital tag, we can set multiple scale with the number of the state. This permit to see multiple tag with the same scale on different place in the trend. When we define the trend we see only the digital state, we do not have the choice for entering a number
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  • Dave Greene
    Jun 14, 2023

    When adding digital states to trends it is helpful to hard code the Yscale so the digital state shows at the bottom of the trends. Currently the digital state uses the full Y scale.

    When migrating ProcessBook trends that were set up this way remained this way so it should be an easy request.

    To clarify with an example:

      • Feedtype.DV is digital state 0=water, 1=feed

      • Trend is set to multiple scales with other traces.

      • The only option for this digital state tag Water and Feed which mean the trace is either at the bottom of the trend or the top

    In ProcessBook you could set the upper value to 5 so the digital state trends nicely at the bottom of the trend. This was preserved in trends that have been migrated from ProcessBook. Please provide this as an option in PI Vision.