Entry type: Manual, Entry ID: 107196861, Entry date: 12/11/2014
SIMIT Virtual Controller (VC) - Reference Manual
|Document:||SIMIT Virtual Controller (VC) - Reference Manual (11/2014, English)|
|Type of topic:||Fact|
The Emulation Manager opens when you start SIMIT VC. The operator control actions, dialog boxes and wizards are called and shown in the Emulation Manager.
(1) Menu bar
The menu bar provides access to actions and functions of SIMIT VC. The display of the menu bar is context-dependent. After starting SIMIT VC , for example, only the "Start" menu command is available here.
SIMIT VC has the following menus:
You can find additional information on this in the section: "Start" menu
You can find additional information on this in the section: "Project" menu
You can find additional information on this in the section: "Import" menu
You can find additional information on this in the section: "Emulation" menu
You can find additional information on this in the section: "Edit" menu
You can find additional information on this in the section: "Help" menu
You use the toolbar to directly select frequently used functions. The symbols available vary depending on which document or dialog box is active. You can also use these buttons to put open documents in the foreground. You will find an overview and a brief description of the symbols in section: Overview of symbols.
Work areas such as projects or certain default setting documents are displayed in individual tabs. All project-related tabs have their own work area. The documents can be moved, minimized, maximized or resized.
(4) Active dialog box
The currently active dialog box is in the foreground. The menu bar and the toolbar match this dialog box.
(5) Document information
The following symbols followed by a corresponding number are used to display the document information:
The total number of data records currently displayed in the document.
The total number of data records currently selected in the document.
The total number of directly changed data records in the document that have not yet been backed up.
The last time and date on which the data records displayed in the document were updated.
(6) Message log
Context-dependent messages for executed actions are displayed in the message log. The messages are listed from bottom to top, the last (newest) message is displayed at the top. Each message has one of the following 3 symbols.
Each message has a date and a description.
To clear the list, select a message and select the "Delete" command from the shortcut menu.
There is a dividing line above the message log (in the figure you can see two small arrows). You can adjust the size of the message log using this dividing line. Left-click on the dividing line and drag it to the required position.