With MyObjectNote you can load a background image on which you will organize your objects, ideally being a sort of map or a schematic rendering of the topology of your institution. You may then declare statuses to objects by assigning them specific colors from the personal status color chart. This makes your system easily monitored as your objects are located on the position they really have and they have colors as status information, enabling you to be aware of any changes they might withstand. The main system form gives information about the status of objects. Functionally assigning statuses to the objects or graphically changing the color or shape is performed in object form.
Objects many times need to be served in certain time limits. Alarm settings form with visual and audio warnings has all the settings to program alarms as needed.
With individual edit and mass settings form object shape can be set to vary in shape and dimensions. Object name label can be adjusted to fit our needs in size, style, and color.
And to not duplicate information in form, object name labels can be set to be invisible, if we already have a background picture with object names. In this case we may use object shape or name label hint to identify it.
We use mass object setting form to set object properties for objects in general and individual edit form once objects are created.
Table tool is made available with table forms to represent the object’s properties in a system. We have to set default tables to carry general data, which can be later made custom for a particular object.
In the object form we have to create status buttons and assign specific colors to the statuses. Once the status is changed – when we press the status button, the date and time mark appear in the input windows as captions of the actual note. Under it we might write comments about any changes. With this action we get information that will stay as notifications and we will always be able to scroll up or down in the input field to check the history of the object.