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johannes.kastl Posted - 04/24/2012 : 4:10:36 PM
Origin 8.6.0 SR3 on Win XP

Hello,

Origin 8.6 introduced the message log window, where e.g. the output of expgraph is shown. Is it possible to print text into that window, rather than into the script window?

I have some status message printed with 'type ...', and would like them to appear in the message log. So no script window is opened anymore. If that is possible?
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johannes.kastl Posted - 04/25/2012 : 3:00:08 PM
Thanks for your answer, Sam. Its working!
Sam Fang Posted - 04/25/2012 : 03:18:42 AM
The output of expgraph is shown in the message log window by default. It is controlled by the system variable @NOI, the default value is 8. So it may be changed if it still printed into Script Window. You can type the script to restore the default value:
@NOI=8;


The output of printed text can be controlled by type.redirection, you can change its value to 1024, it will always output to the message log.
type.redirection=1024;


We need to update our document. Thanks for your pointing it out.

Sam
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