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main_cons_ui [2019/04/12 08:36]
ingrid [Restrictions]
main_cons_ui [2019/04/12 08:43]
ingrid [Thinknx Configurator]
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     * [[#​restrictions| Restrictions]]     * [[#​restrictions| Restrictions]]
     * [[#​protection_pins| Protection Pins]]     * [[#​protection_pins| Protection Pins]]
 +    * [[#​KNX_groups| KNX Groups]]
  
  
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 ==== Protection PINs ==== ==== Protection PINs ====
  
-When all the project’s objects ​must be visible to all the users but some of them still need protection, it is possible to apply a protection PIN on the object.+If all objects inside ​the project must be visible to all the users but some of them still requires some protection, it is possible to use a protection PIN on the desired ​object.
  
-In the same project is possible to create a list of PINs to use in the client application to protect interface objects. To create, edit or delete PIN codes, select the ”System” object and then click on the ”Protection PINs” property displayed in the grid below; then click on the button ​on the right to access the editor.+Inside ​the project, it is possible to create a list of PIN codes to use in the client application to protect interface objects. To create, edit or delete PIN codes, select the ”System” object and then click on the ”Protection PINs” property displayed in the grid below; then click on the button ​to the right to access the editor.
  
  
 {{ :​figura24.png?​direct&​500 |Protection PIN editor}} {{ :​figura24.png?​direct&​500 |Protection PIN editor}}
-<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure ​10: Protection PIN editor </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​+<WRAP center 60%> <WRAP centeralign>​ Figure ​11: Protection PIN editor </​WRAP> ​ </​WRAP>​
  
  
-To create a new PIN, click on the ”Add” button. A new item with a fake name will be displayed in the list. To edit the name, click on the item and adjust the properties in the grid on the right.+To create a new PIN, click on the ”Add” button. A new item with a default ​name will be displayed in the list. To edit the name, click on the item and adjust the properties in the list to the right.
  
   * **Label** Name of the PIN code.   * **Label** Name of the PIN code.
-  * **Use grace time** If enabled the inserted code will be valid for the period set in the ”Grace period” property and it won’t be asked until grace period expires.+  * **Use grace time** If enabled the inserted code will be valid for the period set in the ”Grace period” property and the client ​won’t be asked about the code until the grace period expires.
   * **Grace period (sec.)** Period in seconds during which the inserted code is valid.   * **Grace period (sec.)** Period in seconds during which the inserted code is valid.
   * **Retriggering** If enabled, every time the user taps on the object while the grace period is valid, the grace time is renewed.   * **Retriggering** If enabled, every time the user taps on the object while the grace period is valid, the grace time is renewed.
  
-To associate PIN codes to functions, pages or interface objects, select the desired object in the interface tree, select the ”Pin Protection” property in the grid and enable it. The ”PIN code” property will appear and just select ​the desired PIN code among the ones previously created in the System node.\\ +To associate PIN codes to functions, pages or interface objects, select the desired object in the interface tree, select the ”Pin Protection” property in the grid and enable it. The ”PIN code” property will appear and the list of pins previously created in the System node will appear.\\ 
-<WRAP center round important ​60%>+<WRAP center round important ​80%>
 The default value of the PIN code is //12345//\\ The default value of the PIN code is //12345//\\
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
  
-<WRAP center round important ​60%> +<​WRAP ​ center round important ​80%> 
-One PIN code can be associated to different objects but an object can contain ​only one PIN code.\\+One PIN code can be associated to different objects but an object can only contain ​one PIN code.\\
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
  
-<WRAP center round important ​60%>+<​WRAP ​ center round important ​80%>
 PIN protection is valid only with user driven actions; actions like automatic page change are not subjected to PIN protection.\\ PIN protection is valid only with user driven actions; actions like automatic page change are not subjected to PIN protection.\\
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
  
-<WRAP center round important ​60%> +<​WRAP ​ center round important ​80%> 
-The user can change the PIN code directly from the client app. To reset all pins to the default values, connect to the server web page and press the “Reset all pins” button inside the “Server->​Users” page\\+The user can change the PIN code directly from the client app. To reset all pins to the default values, connect to the server'​s ​web page and press the “Reset all pins” button inside the “Server->​Users” page.
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
  
-<WRAP center round important ​60%>+<WRAP center round important ​80%>
 When “PIN protection” is set to “Enabled” and the “Switching type” property of the switch object assume one of following values, the grace time must be enabled and set. When “PIN protection” is set to “Enabled” and the “Switching type” property of the switch object assume one of following values, the grace time must be enabled and set.
  
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   * ON on pression, OFF on release   * ON on pression, OFF on release
   * Value on pression   * Value on pression
-  * Value on pressione ​and on release+  * Value on pression ​and on release
 </​WRAP>​ </​WRAP>​
  
  
-In the client ​app, at the first pression ​of the object the keypad will appear; once inserted ​the correct ​code, the switch ​unlocks. To execute the desired action, the user has to press the switch a second time, after the unlock procedure. The switch will stay unlocked within the “Grace period”. After the “Grace period”, since the switch will lock, the “PIN code” will be requested again.\\+In the client's application, at the first press of the objectthe keypad will appear; once the code is inserted, the switch ​will unlock. To execute the desired action, the user has to press the switch a second time, after the unlock procedure. The switch will stay unlocked within the “Grace period”. After the “Grace period”, since the switch will lock, the “PIN code” will be requested again.\\