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    When I type recall an alignment and this's what my edit window shows: RECALL/ALIGNMENT,INTERNAL,A27:INTERNAL
    From drop down list: RECALL/ALIGNMENT,INTERNAL,A27

    What's the difference and why
    v2013

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    When I type "REC" PC-DMIS autocompletes "RECALL". When I press tab I get the following:
    Code:
                RECALL/ALIGNMENT,INTERNAL,ALN8
    I looked in the help file and there is no mention of anything after a colon for the Recall command. When I tried to put ":INTERNAL" at the end of the recall command PC-DMIS froze up.

    Sorry, but I have no idea what's going on.
    PC-DMIS 2016.0 SP8

    Jeff

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    • #3
      Originally posted by DungT View Post
      When I type recall an alignment and this's what my edit window shows: RECALL/ALIGNMENT,INTERNAL,A27:INTERNAL
      From drop down list: RECALL/ALIGNMENT,INTERNAL,A27

      What's the difference and why
      v2013

      Nothing.

      I don't fully understand it either but it appeared around 2012 I believe where they added the USE_PART_SETUP option in the Recall alignment section of the Alignment dialog.
      Automettech - Automated Metrology Technology

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      • #4
        I have had issues with alignments that have this automatically added to the recall alignment. I usually delete the (:INTERNAL) from the recall alignment. I haven't had a chance to do more testing to find out if this was the real issue of the affected routines. After removing the (:INTERNAL) from the recall alignment the alignment issue would be corrected.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Schrocknroll View Post
          When I type "REC" PC-DMIS autocompletes "RECALL". When I press tab I get the following:
          Code:
           RECALL/ALIGNMENT,INTERNAL,ALN8
          I looked in the help file and there is no mention of anything after a colon for the Recall command. When I tried to put ":INTERNAL" at the end of the recall command PC-DMIS froze up.

          Sorry, but I have no idea what's going on.
          Actually, I didn't type the whole thing. With current alignment, I typed "recall/alignment" then hit "enter". The reason I did this is to add more features and alignments above it and not change anything below it by accident

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          • #6
            I'm guessing that the extra INTERNAL tells it to recall the previous recall/alignment,interal,ABC not the original ABC alignment. I'm not sure if it has any impact, I always delete the extra internal at the end.

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