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Subject: RE: How to execute CSS/BOY directly in OPIruntime mode ?
From: "Chen, Xihui" <chenx1@ornl.gov>
To: patard <patard@ganil.fr>, "tech-talk@aps.anl.gov" <tech-talk@aps.anl.gov>
Date: Fri, 06 May 2011 13:45:54 -0400
Hi Charles,

Navigator and Console are also parts of OPI Runtime. Because you may need to Run OPI file from the navigator or popup information in Console. However, you still have choice to not show them.

Here is how:

To stop popup console, go to CSS->Preference->BOY and set Console Popup Level to "Don't Popup"
If you are already in "OPI Runtime" perspective, right click "OPI Runtime" perspective button which is on the upper right corner of the window and select reset.
If you are not in "OPI Runtime" perspective, you can go to menu Window->Open Perspective->Other->OPI Runtime to open it.
Then right click a running OPI and select "Compact Mode"
Close all other CSS windows, then close the running OPI window at last.
Start CSS again, you will be able to launch the OPI directly in compact mode. 
(The current version has a bug that the menu will show up again. This has been fixed in the code, so please wait until next release.)

See attached example.

Feel free to let me know if you have any further questions.

Xihui


-----Original Message-----
From: patard [mailto:patard@ganil.fr] 
Sent: Friday, May 06, 2011 10:39 AM
To: tech-talk@aps.anl.gov
Subject: Re: How to execute CSS/BOY directly in OPIruntime mode ?

Hello,
Thanks for your answer Xihui.
I think I misspoke in my last post. My goal is to develop a user interface for operatorswho do not have to see theCSSdevelopmentinterface.
I want to know if it's possible to launch CSS/BOY directly in compact modewithoutconsole, navigator, CSS menu, and withthe OPIruntime only?
We already have configured CSS interface in this way. We close CSS with the graphic window cross. But each time we restart CSS, the file menu and console window do not stay closed.

Best regards.


Hi Charles,

  

The command  --launcher.openFile should only open OPI in run mode. It cannot open opi in edit mode. Did you trythis command on your machine?

  

Thanks,

Xihui



Le 12/04/2011 16:19, patard a écrit :

Hello everyone,

Let me introduce myself, I'm working on the project SPIRAL 2 at GANILin FRANCE. My job is to evaluate CSS/BOY for the futur Control Command of SPIRAL 2.

I want to know if it's possible to launch CSS/BOY directly in OPIruntime mod by a command line like :

'css --launcher.runOpi "pathfile.opi'

I know the ability to execute CSS/BOY in OPIeditor mod like this:

'css --launcher.openFile "<path_to_opi>"'

Thanks you for your answers.

Charles-Henry PATARD.

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