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New

This option will prompt the user to create a new command repeater data file.

Open

This option will prompt the user to select and existing command repeater data file.
When a file is selected the Command Repeater widget will refresh and display the contents of the newly selected file.

Save

This option will prompt the user to save the current command repeater data file.
(The current command repeater data file is automatically saved when the Indigo application is closed.

Edit

This option will switch the Command Repeater widget into edit mode.
Edit mode will allow adding and editing commands on the command tab.

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Existing variable replacement values can be edited even when not in edit mode.

ConfigureThis option will open the Command Repeater run-time settings
StartThis option will start/resume sending commands from the Command Repeater to the active terminal session.
StopThis option will stop sending commands from the Command Repeater to the active terminal session.
PauseThis option will pause/resume sending commands from the Command Repeater to the active terminal session.

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NameDescription
EnabledThis option allows you to enable/disable specific variables.
VariableThis field defines the variable replacement name/token. To embed a variable in command data, please see Command Variable Replacement
StartThis field defines the seed value or initiating start value that the variable will be assigned when the Command Repeater cycle starts.
The variable value will always be rest to this start value when the Command Repeater is re-started.
OperatorThis field defines the math operation to perform on each repeater cycle. The Command Repeater can perform addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
CyclicThis field defines the operand value to use in the equation on each repeater cycle.
CurrentThis field displays the current value derived from the equation after each cycle.

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Expression

CURRENT = START

FOR EACH CYCLE
{
  CURRENT = CURRENT [+|-|*|/] CYCLIC
}

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You can pause the Command Repeater and modify a variable's current value, operator, cycle operand, etc. and resume the repeater cycle.

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You can also use variables defined in the Variable Manager with commands listed in the Command Repeater.

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