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Hi,I am new to Cadence Virtuoso Schematic Editor. I had a quick question.I have a user defined property on instances in my schematics. If I select the instance and press key 'q', it gives me a pop-up menu for 'Edit Object Properties'. There, I do see the property listed in the User Property section and having a Local Value assigned to it. However, the Display option next to it is off by default. I was wondering if there is a way to turn it on 'only' for this very property by default so that I don't have to go and change the 'Display->off' option to 'Display->value' by hand for every instance.Any help would be sincerely appreciated.Thank you.
I would assume that such a user property would originate from its symbol. So, I will go and open the symbol of this instance and check in Edit->properties->Cellview I will turn on the value option for this particular property in question and check and save my symbol. Now, it should be visible for all instances.RR
rairaj,Thanks for responding. I cannot edit the symbol since it is a cell from the stdcell library. So, that option seems tough.If I change the 'Display->off' option to 'Display->value' option in Edit Object Properties menu of that instance, then I do see the value getting displayed on the schematic. So, I was thinking that there is a way I can make this possible at the schematic level without editing at the symbol level. However, I do not know how to save the preference. I also do not know how can I make it the default Display option for all instances which have a certain value to this property.Thanks again.
Load this code:procedure(CCSPropDisplay(cellname propName)let( (cv prop)cv = geGetWindowCellView() foreach(inst cv~>instances if(inst~>cellName == cellname then if(prop=dbFindProp(inst propName) then ;;check for existence of assocTextDisplay unless(prop~>assocTextDisplays dbCreateTextDisplay(prop inst list("device" "annotate") list("justify" "orient") list(xCoord(lowerLeft(inst~>bBox)) yCoord(upperRight(inst~>bBox))) "centerCenter" "R0" "stick" 0.0625) printf("\nCreated textDisplay Object") ) prop~>assocTextDisplays~>isVisible =t ) ) ;if ; dbSave(cv) ) ;foreach ) ;let) ;procOpen your cellview. Call:CCSpropDisplay("mycell" "myprop")Replace "mycell" with actual cell whose props you are looking at and myprop is the property name.RR