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Displaying the Command Frames
1. Click Display on the Venus 7000 Shell. The V7 Dsply window opens. For more information on
displaying sequences, refer to Tutorial 2.
2. To see a preview of the sequences playing on the
display, open the Monitor program. On the right
side of the screen, click the Monitor button. Click
View > Always on Top in the Monitor
program. This keeps the Monitor program visible
at all times.
3. Click the plus sign next to the 96x224 host sign
folder; then click the plus sign next to
D:\V7000. Click the Default folder. On the right
side of the screen, double-click the Open L
Window sequence.
4. Click the plus sign next to the 96x224 host sign
folder; then click the plus sign next to D:\V7000.
Click the Default folder. On the right side of the
screen, double-click the Open R Window sequence.
Both of the windows are now open.
5. To close the open windows, double-click Close L
Window and double-click Close R Window. The
host sign appears displaying the Host sequence,
which appears blank or as the sequence selected in
Step 8 of Creating a Command Sequence to Close the
Left and Right Windows.
6. Command sequences can open or close windows
and play sequences. Command frames can also
automate the opening and closing of windows in
a schedule.
7. Close the V7 Monitor Program. Close the V7 Dsply program.
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