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How to close "Undeine Packet" Dialog Box when open a cellview ?
It will tell you Merge or ....., I will choose merge .
Your question is not clear - surely you just hit the "Yes" or "No" button on the dialog box?
If you don't want the dialog to appear, you can do:
envSetVal("graphic" "packetDialogBoxes" 'boolean nil)
In reply to Andrew Beckett:
Sorry for not clear question.
If I want to hit "Yes" button when first open cellview , How to do it ?
In reply to Charley Chen:
You move your mouse over the "Yes" button and click the left mouse button!
If you don't want the popup to appear - use the envSetVal() function I described earlier.
I want it to appear , and hope it chooses "Yes" button when the dialog box appears then disappear.
Your only hope would be to use something like this:
hiRegTimer("hiDBoxCancel(packetDialogBox)" 20) geOpen(?lib "opamp090" ?cell "objectExample" ?view "layout")
The 20 allows it to stay up for 2 seconds (up to - but it depends - it may not stay as long as that if it takes a long time to open the cellView).
The best solution is to stop it opening in the first place.
Thank you very much.