Thread: Saving Scale/Div


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gvel

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Saving Scale/Div
Posted: Feb 10, 2012 8:59 AM
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I'm back!

So as to not navigate away from the "User Menu", I made a form to accommodate scaling and auto scaling. The form works fine, but when it's unloaded or hidden (tried both methods), the scale/div resorts back to 2dB/div.

In other words, a button is clicked on the User Menu and a form is loaded. From this form, for example, let's say I adjust the scale to .01 dB/Div. While the form is still visible, indeed the scale/div is .01 dB/div.
However, as soon as the form is unloaded or hidden, the scale reverts back to 2 dB/div.

Any suggestions?
jvall

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Re: Saving Scale/Div
Posted: Feb 10, 2012 11:13 AM   in response to: gvel in response to: gvel
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uhhh...It would be helpful to let us know what Network Analyzer you are talking about, although I guess I could assume the PNA.
Also let us know its firmware revision, along with any other pertinent information, such as how you are programming this.

I know for the PNA, some dialogs will make the change (such as scale) immediately, but if you click on Cancel or otherwise do not click OK, then the value you are setting will revert back to what it was prior to entering the window. You need to actually apply the value, usually by clicking OK.
gvel

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Re: Saving Scale/Div
Posted: Feb 10, 2012 1:09 PM   in response to: gvel in response to: gvel
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Hi,

Sorry for the lack of information, and I found the error, programmer error again!

Greg
jvall

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Re: Saving Scale/Div
Posted: Feb 10, 2012 2:10 PM   in response to: gvel in response to: gvel
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funny....that's the same thing that always bites me in the ...

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