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A state has a name and a description is associated with a color - this will illustrate the inspection result in the Inspection result panel. The criteria used to define the state are then given. The combination of these criteria defines a state. These are general properties in addition to state constraints. Commands to give an action if a state occurs can additionally be given.

Below you see an example of defining the general properties of a state.


  • OK - closes the dialog

  • Cancel - closes the dialog and cancels changes

  • Apply - applies changes without closing the dialog

  • Help - activates the State Help pages

If a state is unique no other state must be true before this state. The states are processed in an order. 

If the state is not unique, an inspected unit can be accepted by more than one state. The state highest in the state list is shown in the Inspection result panel. The list can be sorted using the Up and Down buttons. All commands related to the true states will however be run. 

You can choose if logs and curves are to be updated when a state is accepted. In our example the state ‘Distance OK’ will update the logs and curves since measured values are relevant when the state occurs. The ‘Can not measure’ and ‘No syringe’ states will however not update the logs and curves with any values.

Condition Colors

The conditions color are changed by double-clicking the Text or Back buttons for setting the text or background color respectively. The color is changed using the Color Selector panel.


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