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Hi All,I have a small problem with a XML Gauge. The Gauge contens different switch areas for one L: element:(L:TMS Modes,enum)What I want now is, that I have different Mouseclickareas for each Case number:TMS Toga Mode(L:TMS Modes,enum) == 1(different areas for Case 2 to 5)How can I programm the Gauge that in, let's say area 1, I switch on or off Case 1 and in another area I switch on or off Case 2, 3 and so on. Off means always Case 0. I've tried the above Version with == 1 and =1 and (1 ( L:TMS Modes,enum) but nothing seems to work. Hope someone could help.Best RegardsMatthias

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Your Click area won't work at all. L: variables are writeable and need a syntax similar as the K: event writing syntax.e.g. <Click>0 (>L:TMS Modes, enum)</Click>to set the enum to 0<Click>1 (>L:TMS Modes, enum)</Click>to set the enum to 1etc.Arne Bartels

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Hi Arne,Yes, this works. Thank you. But I'm still having a problems with the mouseclick to set the Case back to zero when pressing again on the same area. I've tried it with a short if procedure but it seems that there is anything wrong because I just could switch the Case to 1 and not back to zero:((L:TMS Modes,enum) == 1) if{ 0 (>L:TMS Modes,enum) } els{ 1 (>L:TMS Modes,enum) }Could you find the mistake?Best RegardsMatthias

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Matthais,The argument does not have to be in parentheses and the syntax is wrong for the "==" equal to... So it always is selecting the Els{}((L:TMS Modes,enum) == 1) if{ 0 (>L:TMS Modes,enum) } els{ 1 (>L:TMS Modes,enum) }Should be: (L:TMS Modes,enum) 1 == if{ 0 (>L:TMS Modes,enum) } els{ 1 (>L:TMS Modes,enum) }Just repeat the same (modified) for each of the other values needed. Regards,Roman[link:www.packers.com]GREEN BAY PACKERS][/i :-ukliam :-beerchug

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Hi Roman,Ooops, an absolute beginner mistake. Have checked it and now it works perfect. Thank you Roman and Arne for the help.Best RegardsMatthias

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Matthias, You know... It happens to us all.. You could stare at a piece of code for hours and hours yet the answer is looking you straight in the face.. Sometimes it takes either a good break or somebody elses view to point it out.Glad I could help. Regards,Roman[link:www.packers.com]GREEN BAY PACKERS][/i :-ukliam :-beerchug

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