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Old 04-15-2012, 03:32 PM
sshneider sshneider is offline
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P3K-Programming Drag & Drop

When I was working with another manufacturers programming software, I found it very helpful to be able to select an instruction (or group of instructions) and be able to drag/move (or copy by holding down the ctrl key). It would be very cool to have this ability in future releases of ProSuite

I know that there are work arounds to copy rungs/instructions in ProSuite (& DirectSoft for that matter) but to my knowlege there is no current way to move a rung. You must Cut/Paste.

I realize that I am probably splitting hairs here and ultimately items like this come down to a personal preference in the way we program but hey, A guy can hope can't he?

Thanks for your consideration,
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Old 04-16-2012, 01:30 PM
P3K_ADC_Eng P3K_ADC_Eng is offline
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Thanks Sid for the improvement suggestion. I will add this to the software developement list of items to look at for future software improvements.
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