RUNNING FULL SCREEN WONDER WARE INTOUCH WINDOW VIEWER

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    PLC_Bros Bros
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    Hi Guys,
    How can I run full screen on wonder ware Intouch window viewer?

     

    #1547

    Hi PLC_Bros, welcome back!

    You have to configure it to run this way in the WindowViewer configuration which you access inside of WindowMaker. There should be a menu at the top you can click on Special->Configure->WindowViewer, then there will be a “Window Configuration” tab on which you can uncheck the Menu Bar and Control Menu.

    Cheers!

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    Thanks the guru. I did that but there was no way to close the application after test run though it hasn’t shown full screen yet but I need to close it and restart app as I have unchecked the Menu Bar and Control Menu.

    1. Please how can I create a shutdown button on the intouch?

    2. Also how can I configure graphical Trend for 9 different values/tags in it?

    #1560
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    You have to configure it to run this way in the WindowViewer configuration which you access inside of WindowMaker. There should be a menu at the top you can click on Special->Configure->WindowViewer, then there will be a “Window Configuration” tab on which you can uncheck the Menu Bar and Control Menu.

     

    Please this did not work any other idea?

    #1561

    Hi PLC_Bros, to add a shutdown button you will want to ensure you have the FactorySuite Suite Script Function library installed.

    There are 2 files, which you place in the Intouch folder in program files directory.
    WWTech32.wdf & WWTech32.dll

    Then make a Touch Pushbutton>action script with this command:

    WWShutDownWinNT40( 2 );

    This should take care of the shutdown for you. Cheers!

     

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