I am using a pop-up window as an alarm banner that opens when a new alarm in the area is triggered. The height of the window will show almost two full alarm lines. I have enabled marquee scrolling.
If there is one alarm, it doesn’t scroll.
If there are two alarms, it appears to bounce every ‘Stay Delay’ period, likely due to the issue as it is observed with more than two alarms.
If there are more than two, it will (properly) scroll to the next alarm, wait, and then repeat this pattern (again, properly) until it reaches the last alarm. When the last alarm moves into position, it seems to ignore the ‘Stay Delay’ and instantly pops back to the top of the list.
Marquee mode in the Vision Alarm Status Table is designed to restart the scroll once it has reached the bottom of the last alarm. If you make the height of the visible alarms slightly less than equal to the number of rows you would like visible, then it will respect the stay delay as expected.
Thanks for the reply!
I understand it is supposed to reset the scroll after reaching the end. At every line along the way, the scroll pauses for a .stayDelay so someone has a chance to read it. It seems like the last alarm should get the same treatment, but it doesn’t. As I wrote, “When the last alarm moves into position, it seems to ignore the ‘Stay Delay’ and instantly pops back…”
Is my expectation wrong? Am I using this control incorrectly?
@cdunn.home no it’s not necessarily wrong, thank you for bringing this to our attention. I filed a bug ticket for the issue.