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Samles position in the tray disappeared from method and run control window on ChemStation (Agilent 6890)

avatar: Alicocca
Alicocca
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Replied to Alicocca's post on September 14th, 2015

Hi everyone,

I have updated the ChemStation version on a Agilent 6890 GC, couple of months ago, and on the method and run controll window I had many usefull informations, other than the signal, as the instruments actual, and there was a diagram showing wich samples was being analised.

I remember there is a check-list where you could decide wich utiliy to visualize, but I couldn't find again.

Does anyone knows how to do it?

Thank you in advance to anyone who may answer.

Best Regards,

 

Alice Ughi

avatar: Dan Ste.Marie
Dan Ste.Marie
441 posts
Replied to Alicocca's post on September 16th, 2015

Alice,

What version of ChemStation are you using now?

Dan

avatar: Dan Ste.Marie
Dan Ste.Marie
441 posts
Replied to Alicocca's post on September 16th, 2015

Alice,

What version of ChemStation are you now using?

Dan

avatar: Alicocca
Alicocca
5 posts
Replied to Alicocca's post on September 17th, 2015

Hi Dan,

thank you for your reply!

I played a little bit with the software and found the right button.

Have a nice day.

Best wishes

Alice

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avatar: Dan Ste.Marie
Dan Ste.Marie
441 posts
Replied to Alicocca's post on June 23rd, 2019
Alice, Look under the view menu and select sampling diagram, instrument diagram and instrument actuals as you see fit. Dan
avatar: ECS
ECS
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Replied to Alicocca's post on June 23rd, 2019

Hello Alice, what version of Chemstation are you running? What operating system is on your computer?