Hi, im using the scilab version 6.0.2 and im trying to create a model with several subsystems. Therefore, I want to create masks on the superblocks. After clicking on edit, the editor opens but I am not able to select any variable. I already defined variables in different ways e.g. in the "set context" window, directly in scilab or with a .sce-file. None of these defined variables was visible in the superblock-mask-editor. Does someone know why i am not able to select any variables? Thank you in advance!
I do not have a direct answer. See if any of the links below can help you.
Your idea sounds like a good one ! But Indeed, I don't know much about Scilab's versions compatibility, if scilab 6.1.0 is able to use a 5.5.2 block, then it could work.
Another question: Do you have a stable running Scilab version under win10/64bits (...where it is posssible to mask superblocks - I tried version 5.5.2, masking is working but I can not save with this version, it is always crashing when I want "save as" etc., I do not know if it is a visual studio issue)?
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I have same problem in Xcos. When I do a Superblock - mask it - I can not choose any variables and not edit. I add lines try define a variable but I cant confirm with ok.
I already tried set the variables firstly in the context (otherwise i cant use a variable in the diagram), firstly mask and then customize, firstly customize and then mask - it doesnt work.
I am using the latest scilab version 6.1.0 on win 10.
I hope someone can help me - I am much in need!
Thanks very much in Advance.
03-08-20, 12:09 a.m. Flavio
Have you found a solution to this problem ?
I have the exact same issue, I've been searching quite a moment and I still can't find any solution.
06-08-20, 7:08 p.m. loic.lucotte
No not yet, I try it on every plattform I can.
Please let me know if you have news.
07-08-20, 3:26 p.m. Flavio
So far, the most reasonable answer I've found is that this feature is broken since Scilab 6.0.0 according to : http://bugzilla.scilab.org/show_bug.cgi?id=14155
By the way, I'm using Scilab 6.0.2 on win10.
I've been thinking of a solution to avoid this issue. The idea would be, using the "generate C code" function in order to get the code and add manually the UI mask. But, honestly, i have no idea if it's worth the time. I might give it a try though.
10-08-20, 6:12 p.m. loic.lucotte
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