Sorry for a delay in responding to you, but this was the perfect working solution. Thank you very much for that!
With reference to the link above, what would be the approach to read the actual value of a register and to use the same "entry box" to write a new value to that same register (if it is possible at all).
I'm considering something to use a flag checking if "read value" is equal to the "entry field value" in the HMI.
But maybe I make it to complicated.
Looking forward for feedback on this.
I just wanted to update but noticed that there is a difference in the source lists.
And my file is called rexcontrols-rex.list and does contain the source list.
I have no idea why this is a different filename, but nevertheless I thought it might be good to have this pointed out as possible situation for other users as well.
I was using in older version the Popup control on a Subsystem mask, but I cannot find that in the new "pre-release" version anymore.
I was looking for changing my "selection" list, but do not know where to do this.
Can you guide me where to create this now?
Thanks in advance,
I tried your proposal, but unfortunately it did not work.
At the end I decided to simply re-image the SD card and start from scratch. Installed the most recent Rexygen test version and now, all is working fine.
Thanks for your support.
My RPi was not running anymore and I could not connect using Rexygen.
I tried all with admin and all passwords I ever used before, including no password at all (the default), but all without success. I was able to SSH into the Raspberry.
Based on the above item about removing or renaming the "auth.rex" file to start with a blank password, I checked the rex/rexcore folder, but noticed that this "auth.rex" file does not excist.
So does this mean I need to start from scratch to be able to login again? Removing Rexygen and freshly installing it?
Looking forward to hear from you.
- As for the newest development tools for your PC, please download the installer from http://download.rexcontrols.com/rex/2.50.10-r5/windows/REXYGEN-220.127.116.1137-x64.exe
Note: the instructions assume that you are using Raspbian Buster or newest Raspberry OS. If not, please upgrade your system.
It appears that also this link is no longer there and need to be updated as well.