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Assen 2023-01-21 13:09:24
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  • Assen
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    Hi,

     

    Is there a way to show only the lines that do not have assigned addresses?

    I am doing manual addressing for the show and is easier if I see only the blank lines

     

    Thank you

    Assen

    Dirk Enders – PyroOffice
    Joined: Nov 2018
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    Hi Assen,

     

    there are two kind of workarounds you can do this:

    1.) Add a Modulnumber to all empty rail fields that you don’t ill use in the show like 0 or 999. Then add the rail field as a filter (right click and you can show only the rows with the specified number

     

    2) Just sort the script to the rail number first in the direction, that all empty lines are on top. Than ad other sort criteria fields like evnettime. So you have alway empty rail line at the top.

     

    Hope that helps

    Dirk

     

    DrewFinale
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    Great suggestions, Dirk Enders – PyroOffice! Assen, another option for you would be to use the search box to filter your script to only show lines with a blank ‘Address’, ‘Rail’, or ‘Pin’. The easiest way to do this is to right click on a cell that’s blank and choose ‘Filter to this value’. The great thing about the right click menu option is that it automatically adds the appropriate expression to the search box. For example, if you right click on a blank cell in the Address column and choose ‘Filter to this value’, fulladdress = “” is automatically entered into the search box. If you don’t have the Address column visible, you can unhide it from the blue gear ⚙️ menu.

     

     

    Assen
    Joined: Sep 2019
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    thank you Dirk, Drew! very helpfull, as always 🙂

    Assen

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