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How to Run Scripts in CANape?

Last updated: 2018-10-04
How to run scripts in CANape?
There are different ways how scripts can be executed in CANape:
  • in CANape task manager [Tools |Task Manager…]
  • with a link in a panel object
  • within functions and scripts with CallScript("Demo.scr");
  • from CANape 16.0 onwards there is also the option to include scripts as icons directly in the ribbon area of CANape. A maximum of 16 scripts is possible:

    To include a script in the ribbon, please proceed as follows:
  1. Please select the respective script in the Function Editor.
  2. Right click on the script (here: Demo.scr) and select Properties. Then activate the option Show script in the program menu:
  3. Now, the script appears under Tools | Execute and will also be a selectable item for the ribbon.
  4. To include the script in the ribbon, a new user-defined tab has to be created: right click into the ribbon to Customize ribbon. On the right hand side, Create Tab, e. g. “New Tab”.
  5. Now select the script (here: Demo) on the left hand side and add it with arrow right to the created tab.
  6. After this, the script is displayed and can be executed in the “New tab”.
  • with user-defined shortcuts [Backstage Tab] | Customize
    For executing scripts with user-defined shortcuts, please follow the instruction above. Steps 1-3 are similar. In the Customizing Dialog, please place the cursor on the respective script. Double-click the script to open the input box. Then confirm the key combination which shall be assigned.
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