Aleksey Adonin prepared some drafts which will be discussed today.
The team prepared remarks and questions concerning the drafts.
Differ the other two modern styles just visually or are there additional differences?
Modern style aims at visualizing the displayed device values as a larger, physical unit. Classic 2 is the first smaller step into this direction.
Instruments seem to contain even more information than before but contents are displayed really small
In ‚Classic 2“ the instruments are layout in column? Is there a certain order or hierarchy between the instruments?
This is because of the goal to the display a set of instruments a larger, pyhsical unit. See general.
General information area
Which information is virtual accelerator-specific / just ion source-specific?
All displayed information ion source-specific
Virtual accelerator / Context selection
Displayed close to 'General info' not so close to ion source selection
Not displayed (printed) when another tab is selected
Will this approach also work for Cryring and future injectors which have no visual accelerators?
Differs from our standard representation for virtual acclerators and LSA contexts
Display deactivated virtual accelerators as non-selectable should be avoided
Displaying Active, Running and Selected states ar once is quite some information
Depending on the 'realistic maximal' amount of virtual accelerators there could still be not enough horizontal space
Status-Button compared to 'Fortran Ion Source App' - no sum status indicator, similar to 'Swing Ion Source App'
According to Aleksey (mail from July 10) a sum status is no longer required as in 95% of all cases the error status is an error that leads to power off and users need to inspect the details anyway.
In the Fortran IonSource App there was a horizontal black dash starting from the left to the actual value position where a vertical black line was displayed. Now there is a green area and a green vertical dash. Is this the actual value or is it related to the 'recommended range'?
Alexsey stated in a mail from July 10 that the recommended range is still required and should be displayed in a slightly different color than zhe actual value.
There is no „Auf-Ab“-Button so does it mean we don’t it anymore?
What is the typical/maximum amount of displayed values?
What is the typical/maximum amount of displayed writable values?
How can a user see which value is affected by the value controls?