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  1. I recently discovered that if you leave the software in Edit Mode and change to Runtime Mode then Edit Mode is still in force... if you want to push a button (our example was to ack an alarm) then you have to know to use the Control key. I had to read section 7.4 in the User Guide to find this information... not sure that an operator would be required to know this. I did search on this topic before posting (first post here). Should this remain unchanged? Should all programmers be told *never* to leave it in Edit Mode? Should all operators be told that if you're trying to press a button and it won't press, you have to hold Control when clicking? It would seem a simple matter to turn off Edit Mode automatically when switching to Runtime... is that not an easy fix? Even with the Dev key pulled Edit Mode was still in force. Thanks for your time.
  2. Hello! I have created a project. To prevent it from being changed I entered a password for editing. If I try to open it now - I am not able to activate the edit mode (under Edit - Edit mode) . I am not able to find the possiblity for entering the predefined password. The project remains in the "Operate" mode - refer to the attached screenshot. Thank you in advance for your help. Best regards SLK