Each item on the list display can be displayed across multiple lines.
Figure 1 shows an example of displaying eight items in two columns.
As described later in the explanation of the definition method, the first row is treated as "L1" and the second row as "L2".
Figure 3 shows the model definition prepared in the above example.Items to be used for list display are specified.
Set "Layout> List"."Label name" is an alphanumeric identifier that does not overlap.
An example of preparing the third row is shown in Fig.The "remarks" column added here has four cells grouped together.
"Cell join" specifies a numerical value for the item to which join is applied.In the setting shown in Fig. 6, it means that it is placed at the position where four cells (rows) of L2 which is the next higher stage of itself (placed at L3) are grouped together.
A cell join (line) is a specification to concatenate itself with the next line.
Specify the number of rows in the item to be joined.
List display (tabulation)In case of using together withIn the upper rowPlease put it.In the above example, it is line specified as L1, and so on.
When the list updating function is enabled, multilevel layout settings are also applied.