Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of wave_viewer


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Timestamp:
02/26/12 16:06:49 (8 years ago)
Author:
branden
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  • wave_viewer

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    6666=== CONTROLS AND BUTTONS === 
    6767 
    68 FileOpen (yellow folder):  
     68!FileOpen (yellow folder):  
    6969 
    7070Brings up a dialog box to open a trigger file. Opening a trigger file will cause Wave Viewer to parse the trigger file, and create a tree of quakes and triggers. This tree can be accessed by choosing "Function->Trigger" from the Menu Bar. 
     
    7979Previous Trigger (-):  
    8080 
    81 Goes to the previous trigger in the trigger list. See FileOpen. 
     81Goes to the previous trigger in the trigger list. See !FileOpen. 
    8282 
    8383Next Trigger (+):  
    8484 
    85 Goes to the next trigger in the trigger list. See FileOpen. 
     85Goes to the next trigger in the trigger list. See !FileOpen. 
    8686 
    8787Decrease Display Time (<->):  
     
    161161The only color that should be seen during normal operation (other than clear, is BLUE. Any other color probably indicates an error with the tank within the wave_server.) Status Bar  
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    163 The Wave Viewer status bar is broken up into 6 segments: 1) Status Segment  
     163The Wave Viewer status bar is broken up into 6 segments:  
     164 
     1651) Status Segment  
    164166 
    165167The status segment, contains the current status of the program. In auto-scroll mode, the program is frequently attempting to retrieve data from a wave_server. At this time, the current data request to the wave_server is posted in this segment. If a wave_viewer is very busy in auto-scroll mode, then the only thing you may see in this segment is requests. When wave_viewer has retrieved all desired data, it will display a status of "done" in this segment. It will also list serious errors here.