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    Joey Uson

    @joey-uson
    When I post this issue I'm using Chrome and when I change to FireFox the problem disappear. No Idea what causing Chrome to hinder multiple addition in a folder

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    Joey Uson

    Hi @mattfox ,

    Actually I'm studying right now AngularJS and starting to understand the Model,View and Controller . Most of the time I learn by inspecting the code and running it to see the results. What actually the face plate has are as follows:

    1. Setpoint, 2 Minimum Limit, 3. Maximum Limit (limits are used for setting the low and/or high limit alarm), 4. Override bits (set to manual or Automatic mode). Basically all those points can be define as virtual points so it practically take the points after selecting the data source.

    Hope you could share the pop up panel and I'll try to work on it.

    Thanks

    Joey

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    Joey Uson

    @thomaseinasto

    Yeah I think this is the right solution, unfortunately I come from Siemens Automation background and need to study the AngularJS as you mention in your comment., If you could share a simple example would be great.

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    Joey Uson

    These Alarm categories are actually builtin in the BACnet Controller and I think it is practical to leave it in the controller and just influence the bits beside most of the control logic are locally defined in the controller. CraigWeb suggestion is logical, thanks

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    Joey Uson

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    Dear CraigWeb,

    It is during the drag and drop that it becomes -2 in red color, but if you drag only 1 item it is okay (Im using mangoEs 3.4.5)

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    Joey Uson

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    If I select only one points I can drag to PX folder and it turn green while if multiple points selected and drag and drop in PX folder it does accept the points.

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    Joey Uson

    In old Siemens Desigo we called it Genie and superGenie while in PLC they call it face plate. The face plate is a pop up window that embodied the override command, Alarm status, acknowledgment and rest, and possible some setpoint if the devices under monitor has multiple aggregates. Once you click outside of the floating face plate it will close automatically. In this way we able to hide the details to make the graphics neat and clean and once needed can be expose by the user by clicking the graphic item in the GUI screen. Hope this be consider in the next release of Mango Automation.

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    Joey Uson

    In our current system we have 3 categories for Alarms as follows:
    1.Simple Alarm - display and reset automatically (exist with MangoEs - as information, warning) and with reset / auto reset when certain value occur.

    1. Advance Alarm - will require to acknowledge (exist with MangoEs)
    2. Extended Alarm - will stay even the alarm return to normal but require the user to execute reset to enable the system to function again (does not exist with MangoEs- mainly we use this for Critical, safety and urgent alarm type) .

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    Joey Uson

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    I completed converting our graphics elements in GIF and imported to MangoES and shown above I created a demo AHU for a project and found out latter that I have to go now and then to events to check and acknowledge all alarm that may appear in the GUI page. It would be better to have to have an individual alarm acknowledgement as additional to the pop-up beside (datapoints details, quick view chart, +Alarm acknowledgement), mean I don't have to go back and forth between events and GUI.

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    Joey Uson

    Just tested today and I would like only to inform you that it is working , thanks for the support

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