I have two DigitalPanelMeters and one BasicLabel1. When I click on one of the DigitalPanelMeters I am changing the BasicLabel1.PLCaddressEntry. This works fine, When I click on the DigitalPanelMeter and then on BasicLabel1 it opens up and I am able to enter the data.
The problem is, that can't open the BasicLabel1 automatically when I click on one of the DigitalPanelMeters.
Private Sub DigitalPanelMeterBlue1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles DigitalPanelMeterBlue1.Click
BasicLabel1.PLCaddressEntry = "N7:1"
BasicLabel1_Click() ' This will not compile (missing the "e" and and "sender" values)
Private Sub DigitalPanelMeterBlue4_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles DigitalPanelMeterBlue4.Click
BasicLabel1.PLCaddressEntry = "N7:3"
CALL BasicLabel1_Click() ' This will not compile either
In VB6 I would use the "Call" function, but I am new to 2010 Express, so I am stuck. Any suggastions?
I forgot to show the BasicLabel1 code
Private Sub BasicLabel1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs)
Try passing your same sender and e objects to the button click event:
Thanks for the reply. However, it still does't open.
Right now I am changing the color on the BasicLabel1 to green, when pressing the PanelMeter with the followin text: "Press to change value". That is just to get going. It would be nice if it opens by itself.
I may not be understanding exactly what you are trying to do, but wouldn't it be easier to use the PLCAddressEntry in the DigitalPanelMeter to get a pop up keypad directly?
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