The Object Viewer provides a way to view and alter the contents of the C structures representing the network and the example sets. The entry below the button bar is the name of the object being viewed. This will be empty for the current network. However, if there is no current network, the root structure is the top of the object tree. This is explained a bit more in the section on objects.
Typing a new object path and pressing
Enter will go to that
Alternately, you may click on the buttons for sub-objects or use the
pull-down menus for arrays of sub-objects to traverse the network tree.
The information displayed in the Object Viewer is not automatically
updated, except in rare cases for values that also appear on the main
The buttons at the top of the display have the following effects:
group(3).unit(2)it will change to
Some fields in the network are write-protected, but many can be changed.
To do this, just click in the entry box for the field, edit the value,
Enter. The changes won't take effect until
Enter is pressed.
Tab will advance to the
The Object Viewer may be resized vertically. There can be multiple Object Viewers open at once, allowing you to view different parts of the network simultaneously.
The layout of the Object Viewer may not be quite right depending on the font that you use and the resolution of your display. This can be fixed in the .lensrc file.