Welcome to the second article in our “Best of 2014” series. Today we'll list the seven most popular PanelView blogs of 2014.
As we mentioned yesterday, older blogs have a distinct advantage as they've been around longer than newer ones. With that in mind, it doesn't surprise me to see a couple of our “Best of 2013 HMI blogs” return again on this years list.
That said, here are The Automation Blog's most popular PanelView articles of 2014!
Downloading the updated View Machine Edition / PanelView Plus Transfer Utility from Rockwell Allen-Bradley (A-B)
I still run into clients who are just beginning to use the PanelView Plus, even though it was released a decade ago. So for all everyone out there who is new to the PanelView Plus, here are seven things you need to know… [Read More]
The ability to transfer Rockwell Software’s FactoryTalk View Machine Edition runtime files (.mer) to the PanelView Plus and PanelView Plus 6 using standard USB Memory Stick (aka USB flash drive, USB thumb drive) is a handy feature, if you know how exactly to do it… [Read More]
So you just got a new laptop with Windows 7 64 pre-installed? Welcome to the wonderful world of 64 bit computing!
By the way, and I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but you can’t open any of your old FactoryTalk View APA files in your new 64 bit OS. Well, not without exporting the project database on 32 bit OS first… [Read More]
I hope you’ve found this “Best of 2014” article helpful. If you have your own favorite “PanelView” post, or have a question about one of the above articles, please let us know by using the “post a comment or question” link below.
Have a happy and safe New Year's Eve!
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