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Technical support / Re: Custom Function Editing Window Issue
« on: December 17, 2019, 07:14:24 AM »
With DP cable, it works better, but still has massed up screen.
The card you tested is GTX, not RTX; and GTX is q quite old graphic card.
I have another laptop with GTX1060, it works smoothly never give an issue.
So there must be something between card driver and the java version you use.

Technical support / Re: Custom Function Editing Window Issue
« on: December 14, 2019, 01:07:13 PM »
More update:
My laptop has both HDMI port and mini Display Port.
I purchased a high quality DP-HDMI cable and connect to 4k Samsung TV.
So far it works without issue for about 3 hours.
I will post some update tomorrow or Monday.
When you test 4k monitor, did you test via HDMI, or DP?

Technical support / Re: Custom Function Editing Window Issue
« on: December 13, 2019, 08:53:48 AM »
I did more investigation - looks like it related to the "mouse over" function. Please check.

Best regards,

Technical support / Re: Custom Function Editing Window Issue
« on: December 13, 2019, 07:58:23 AM »
Keep the window on Laptop is not ideal solution - the font size is too small compare to 55" 4k monitor.
Since it only happens with Trilog, I would think still there is something on your side. Loos like the function editing window got massed up when the window tries to referesh.

Please check on your side to find a solution.

You do need to get a RTX2060 cards on your site to test.

Best regards,


Technical support / Re: Custom Function Editing Window Issue
« on: December 10, 2019, 04:16:54 PM »
My laptop has HD LCD monitor build in. The 4K monitor is the external one.

It doen'st happen when I move window between two monitors, only happens when I try to scroll up & down or editing in the function window on 4k Monitor.

I'm using 32bit JRE. Do I need to install 64bit JRE?

I also suspect something to do with graphic card. I already tried to disable acceleration but no help.

Could you find the graphic card RTX2060 and test with it? It is a quite new graphic card.

Technical support / Re: Custom Function Editing Window Issue
« on: December 09, 2019, 02:48:10 PM »
Here is a sample from my monitor, the function window is smaller than HD.
image located at

Technical support / Re: Custom Function Editing Window Issue
« on: December 09, 2019, 02:42:33 PM »
Did you find anything? it is really annoying that the function window massed up all the time.

Please find a solution ASAP.

Best regards,


Technical support / Re: Custom Function Editing Window Issue
« on: December 06, 2019, 02:01:00 PM »
BTW, I was using 4k monitor for 5+ years. This issue only happens to my new laptop with windows 10.

My old laptop is Lenovo W541 with windows 7.
My new laptop is MSI with windows 10.

Is it possible the problem with windows 10?

Best regards,


Technical support / Re: Custom Function Editing Window Issue
« on: December 06, 2019, 01:57:16 PM »
I do use V7.2. Actually, I upgraded as soon as I had this issue but the problem is still there.

Is it possible I have wrong Java version? I have

Technical support / Custom Function Editing Window Issue
« on: December 01, 2019, 09:31:21 PM »
Issue: when editing function in the 4k monitor, the text in the window massed up. when using the laptop LCD, it works fine.
Laptop: MSI GL63, Window 10 pro, graphic card RTX 2060. 4k monitor: Samsung 55" smart TV connect with HDMI cable.

Technical support / TBasic help file issue
« on: November 27, 2018, 11:20:10 AM »
I have been using TBasic Keywords online help for quite sometime and suddenly found all the functions/keywords related to floating variables are not there any more.

From custom function editor window, I can still double-click the keyword (for example, a# = TAN(1.0), double click TAN ) to get help, but when I click the link "Back to TBASIC Reference Manual", it brings me back to the "OLD" page - none of the new functions are there.

Did somebody changed the online help index file? could you fix it? More specifically, it is the htm file ""

Also, the link "Back to TBASIC Reference Manual" has a typo there - it should be "Back to..." instead of "Basic to..."

Technical support / FX PLC interrupt and simulation
« on: December 14, 2017, 11:32:35 AM »
Two things:

1. Input as Interrupt: it lost the function as a standard input.
    In old FMD series, if one input is defined as interrupt input (INTRDEF), it still works like a standard input. Which is very convenient.
    In F/FX PLC, once you define an input as interrupt (INTRDEF), then PLC doesn't treat it as standard input anymore.
    In my application, I define Input#1 as interrupt, which detect a switch signal. The system need to response at the rising edge of switch, but also need to use it to turn ON a light to indicate the status of switch. It doesn't work any more.

Any idea?

2. In simulation, is there a way to simulate the interrupt input? Click on the PLC Input doesn't do anything.

Best regards,


Technical support / SmartTile Digital I/O Expansion Timing Bug
« on: February 22, 2017, 11:11:18 AM »
We start using SmartTile about 2 years ago. The last batch of SmarTile we received about 2 weeks ago didn't work with our Digital I/O Expansion board. I did a lot of debug by using PLC online monitoring: Pause code, turn ON/OFF Output by right click. When I turn ON output #1 in software, the physical #1 & #24 are both turn ON; When I turn ON output #17 in software, physical output #32 is ON instead of #17. It behaves in the following:
Software Output# --> Physical Output #
1 --> 1, 24
2 --> 2
16 --> 16
17 --> 32
18 --> 17
19 --> 18
24 --> 23
25 --> 40
26 --> 25
27 --> 26
32 --> 31
33 --> 40
34 --> 32

The digital input works just fine.

I use oscilloscope to monitoring the EXP_STDxD (B20) and EXP_SCLK(B19), and found the data bit rises 4-8ns before the previous clock puse rising edge, which triggers the the problem.
I tested with your F2424, it works fine, because you have a 4.7nF on the data line which introduces 400ns delay.

Technically, the data bit should rise on the falling edge of prevous clock, not the rising edge of previous clock. I think it is a firmware bug in your PLC and it may be there for a long time.

Please let me know if it can be fixed with a firmware upgrade and let know when you have the solution.

Best regards,


Technical support / Re:Bug in FX PLC
« on: December 15, 2015, 07:37:26 AM »
Upgrade to latest V91.0. Still have bug.

VAL("-1234.5") gives -1234 on integer, and -1234.5 on float. Which is correct.
VAL(" -1234.5") gives 1234 on integer and 1234.5 on float. which is wrong.

The difference of these two strings is: there is space in front of "-".

Please fix this one and let me know so that I can upgrade the firmware.


Technical support / Bug in FX PLC
« on: December 10, 2015, 08:29:35 AM »
With the FX2424, the function VAL(X$) doesn't work with negative number.

Val("-1") gives 29       (29 = 30 -1)
Val("-10") gives 290    (290 = 300 -10)
Val("-101") gives 2899    (2899 = 3000 -101)
Val("-3529") gives 26471    (26471 = 30000 -3529)
Val("-35290") gives 264710    (26471 = 300000 -35290)

Please fix the bug and let me know how to upgrade the firmware.

Note: checked with FMD1616 and F2424, this bug doesn't exist.

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