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There are 4 shape objects you can add to your C-More Micro Screen to help enhance and organize your display: Lines, Rectangles, Circles and Frames. Let’s take a look at each one … With the line you can specify the width, color – of course on this black and white panel that’s just going to be black and white – line style and if it has an arrow on one end, the other or both. Once the line is on the screen you can re-position it and place it anywhere you want. The rectangle is really a multi shape object. Here you can pick the shape you want, the fill pattern, the line width and the color but you can also choose this shape 5. On Style 5 you can dial-in the number of sides this shape has – let’s go with 8. Again, once it is on the screen you can shape it move it, place it where ever you want. The Circle tool generates circles OR ellipses. Again, you can change line width, line color, a fill pattern, and if you want it to be an ellipse or not. Once on the screen you can re-shape or re-size it to suit. The frame object allows you to create boxes with similar styling to the frames used in objects. You can pick any frame pattern you want and fill color. And then use that to frame things in. Then using the drawing tools you can raise some of these objects to the front, move some to the back and create any kind of screen you want. Here is some doodling over here on page 2 just to give you some ideas on the kinds of things you can do. You can separate areas, draw arrows, or pretty much anything you want to do with these static objects. They don’t in any way affect the performance of the display – they don’t interact with buttons, or change TAGs, they are just for organizing information on the screen to help tell the user what goes with what. Note that for all of these, if you see an object down here on the screen, you can simply drag that object up onto the display for a quick and easy way to get what you want without having to fill in all of the parameters yourself. This works for all four objects – the line, the rectangle – there’s all of your multiple shape patterns, circles and frames. That’s all there is for this video – be sure to check out the other videos in this series. And as always, please send us any topics you would like to see covered – or - any other comments for that matter – we appreciate the feedback!