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Defining States

In Scorpion system states are used to classify the result of an inspection. In an identification system the states are typically a unit or product. In assembly verification they can be pass, fail, no product or cannot measure.

The state dialog consists of three pages:

  • General page

    • Name

    • Description

    • Foreground and background color

      • Used in the state panel

  • Constraints page

    • The constraints page defines when a state's condition is true or false

  • Command sequence page

    • The command sequence is executed when the state is true 

The state is presented as the inspection result in the Image list and in the Inspection result panel at the lower left of the screen.

The states themselves are defined in an ordered list. The condition is updated as the inspections are processed.


Each state can be activated or deactivated. You can also copy a state by selecting it in the list, right click the mouse, choose Copy from the menu and Paste it either in another state or as a new one. The Delete button deletes the selected state.  

Click New to add a new state. You give the state a name, and it appears in the list. Double click the name or select Edit and the Settings for ‘State’ panel is shown.


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