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  • StroRo
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    Ok... I was worried to get this answer .
    In my case I tried to compare similar PLC code and there it would make sense.

    Thanks for your quick replies.
    Robert

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  • Aaron
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    Thanks for the request. It isn't something we can do at this time, but I'll add this to our Customer Wishlist.

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  • Lutz
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    I never saw a possibility to show same text as a mismatch in BC.

    @Scooter: If not already there, this should make it onto the wishlist (maybe a "must" or "exclusive" or "always"-option in the Replacement Item dialog.

    Greetings Lutz

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  • StroRo
    started a topic How to define hard replacements

    How to define hard replacements

    I'm looking for a way to define a "must" replacement. Means if I define a replacement "apple" by "orange" and within text compare on both sides appears "apple" it should be highlighted as mismatch.

    e.g.:

    Replacements:
    Pos100 => Pos200 (reference left side)
    Pos110 => Pos210 (reference left side)

    I would like to see his result:

    ########## left
    Pos100 abc
    Pos110 DEF

    Pos100 ghi
    Pos200 KLM


    ########## right
    Pos200 abc
    Pos210 DEF

    Pos100 ghi
    Pos200 KLM


    Sorry I'm afraid my English isn't perfect, but I tried to relieve Gunnar (who does by the way a really a perfect job within German Forum) .
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