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The purpose of the [[mhttpd]] Start page is to
 
The purpose of the [[mhttpd]] Start page is to
 
display the run number ''and any defined [[Edit-on-start Parameters]]'' for the user to optionally edit, prior to the run starting.
 
display the run number ''and any defined [[Edit-on-start Parameters]]'' for the user to optionally edit, prior to the run starting.
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The Start Page is accessed from the [[Status Page]] (or one of the other Pages) by clicking on the menu-button
 
The Start Page is accessed from the [[Status Page]] (or one of the other Pages) by clicking on the menu-button
 
<span style="color: #444444; background-color: #CCCCCC; font-style:italic; font-size: 90; padding:0.25em;
 
<span style="color: #444444; background-color: #CCCCCC; font-style:italic; font-size: 90; padding:0.25em;
padding-left: 0.5em;padding-right: 0.5em;border:1px solid #808080;border-radius: 5px;margin-bottom:1px;">Start</span>, i.e. by '''starting a run'''.
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padding-left: 0.5em;padding-right: 0.5em;border:1px solid #808080;border-radius: 5px;margin-bottom:1px;">Start</span> i.e. by '''starting a run'''.
  
 
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;Note
 
:If "Start" button is not present on the Status Page, it may have been [[Status Page#page-switch-buttons|suppressed]].
 
:If "Start" button is not present on the Status Page, it may have been [[Status Page#page-switch-buttons|suppressed]].
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= Examples =
 
= Examples =
Figures 1 shows examples of the Start page with and without  [[Edit-on-start Parameters]] defined.
 
  
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Figure 1 shows examples of the Start page with and without  [[Edit-on-start Parameters]] defined. Note that in Figure 1c the edit-on-start parameter "number of cycles" has a '''parameter comment''' associated with it (see [[Edit-on-start Parameters#edit-on-start parameter comments|defining parameter comments]]).
# the run number cannot be edited at run start (see [[Edit-on-start Parameters#Prevent the run number being edited at Run Start|prevent run number editing]]).
 
# the edit-on-start parameter "number of scans" has a parameter comment associated with it (see [[Edit-on-start Parameters#edit-on-start parameter comments|defining parameter comments]]).
 
  
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!Figure 1a No edit-on-start parameters defined !! Figure 1b One edit-on-start parameters defined
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| [[File:Mhstart1.gif|border|400px|Figure 1a: No edit-on-start parameters defined ]]|| [[File:Mhstart.gif|border|400px|Figure 1b: One edit-on-start parameter defined ]]
 
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!colspan="6"  |Start Page examples (click thumbnail to enlarge)
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!colspan=2|Figure 1c: Many edit-on-start parameters defined
 
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| [[File:Mhstart1.gif|thumb|left|Figure 1a: No edit-on-start parameters defined ]]|| [[File:Mhstart.gif|thumb|left|Figure 1b: One edit-on-start parameter defined ]] ||[[File:edit-on-start.png|thumb|left|Figure 1c: Many edit-on-start parameters defined]]
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|colspan="2"|[[File:Mhstart2.gif|left|border|1000px|Figure 1c: Many edit-on-start parameters defined]]
 
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[[Category:mhttpd Pages]]
 
[[Category:mhttpd Pages]]

Latest revision as of 19:01, 9 March 2016


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Purpose

The purpose of the mhttpd Start page is to display the run number and any defined Edit-on-start Parameters for the user to optionally edit, prior to the run starting.


Access the Start page

The Start Page is accessed from the Status Page (or one of the other Pages) by clicking on the menu-button Start i.e. by starting a run.

Note
If "Start" button is not present on the Status Page, it may have been suppressed.


Examples

Figure 1 shows examples of the Start page with and without Edit-on-start Parameters defined. Note that in Figure 1c the edit-on-start parameter "number of cycles" has a parameter comment associated with it (see defining parameter comments).

Figure 1 Start Page
Figure 1a No edit-on-start parameters defined Figure 1b One edit-on-start parameters defined
Figure 1a: No edit-on-start parameters defined Figure 1b: One edit-on-start parameter defined
Figure 1c: Many edit-on-start parameters defined
Figure 1c: Many edit-on-start parameters defined