Wish there was a snap-to-grid option
Yes, please add this basic feature. It would be so helpful in quickly creating displays.
Must have to create clean displays. Now i spend about 10% of my time building displays on aliging things nicely. Just one pixel can make a difference between messy and clean
1000% percent yes
I thought there is! ... Just be it nice please, not that actual-zoom-dependent-mess like in Procbook!
Microsoft PowerPoint and Visio have the concept of "Dynamic Grid" which is better than snap to grid. "Dynamic grid guides assist in the sizing, spacing, and alignment of shapes in relation to one another.".It snaps an object into alignment with others close by and shows dotted lines when they are. It also snaps an object and shows spacing arrows when the spacing between it and a second object matches the space between the second object and a third. You'll know what I mean when try it.My vote is for that.
Step 1: do at least something to save me from painstakingly trying to align objects on a display.Step 2: yes, like the dynamic grid very much! But first ease the pain before i can fall in love.
Yes please! It was my first question I had in a demo I attended today. We need a static or dynamic grid function in Vision. I'm really OCD about nicely lined up elements and love my snap to grid in ProcessBook for nice neat displays.
Please please please add snap to object and snap to grid for creating graphics. Creating complex graphical layouts is painstakingly slow without any snap features.
This feedback request is planned for the PI Vision 4 release: Snap to grid – User Feedback for OSIsoft Products and Services (i've tested and it works great)
.. which is planned for?
I wish we had a hint at least. :-)
Well, with PI Vision 3.4 planned for June 2019, i would not expect PI Vision 4 earlier than end 2019...
Angular challenges I guess.
Well, the rumours said security related issues. The beta worked fine from a functionality point of view.
This can be very useful to development, YES!
This would save many hours on screen development efforts.
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