Please refer to the Settings Guide for details.
17.7 Common Settings (Text Registration) Settings Guide
17.6.2 Text Display Settings Guide
For details on how to draw parts, and defining the address, shape, color, and labels, please see the parts editing topic.
8.7.1 Editing Parts
Saves used multilanguage text. From the [Common Settings (R)] menu, select [Text Registration (T)] or click . The [New Text/Open] dialog box appears.
Set the text number and comment, then click [New]. The text input screen appears.
For example, Number = "1", Comment = "Set"
Select the [Input Multilanguage] check box. The following message appears. Click [Yes (Y)].
The [Language Change] dialog box appears. Select the [Enable Language Change Feature] check box.
If you clear the [Enable Language Change Feature] check box, the Text Table data is deleted.
In the [Switching Control Address] field, set the address to store the Table Number to display
In the [Initial Table] drop-down list, set the table to display when the [Switching Control Address] is set to "0". (Table 1)
Select each Table's display language and click [OK].
For example, Table1= ASCII, Table2= Japanese
Enter the text to display for each table.
Text table registration is complete.
Next, configure the Message Display settings. Open the drawing screen. From the [Parts (P)] menu, select [Message Display (M)] or click . Place the Part on the screen.
Double-click the new Message Display. The following dialog box appears. Click the [Text Display] icon.
In the [Specify Text File Number] drop-down box, select the method of specifying text to display. Set the [Text File Number].
In [Trigger Bit Address], set the address (M100) which will trigger the text display.
Click the [Display] tab. Set the [Display Characters] and [Display Rows].
Set "1" to [Display Characters] to display one single-byte character. Set "2" for one double-byte character.
As needed, set the Message Display color and text color on the [Color] tab, and click [OK]. The Message Display settings are complete.
Create a switch to change languages. From the [Parts (P)] menu, point to [Switch Lamp (C)] and select [Word Switch (W)] or click . Place the switch on the screen.
Double-click the placed Switch part. The following dialog box appears.
In [Select Shape], select the Switch shape.
In the [Word Address] field, set the same address (D300) as the set [Switching Control Address].
In the [Word Action] drop-down list, select [Write Data]. Set [Constant] to 1.
Specify the color and label for the switch on the [Color] tab and [Label] tab as required, and click [OK]. The switch for changing to English text (Table 1) has been created.
Create the same kind of Switch to change to Japanese text (Table 2). The settings for the Switch are as follows.
If you change tables (languages), all the text using Text Table, as well as the text, is changed.