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silverailscolo committed May 26, 2019
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<div id="mainContent">
<h1>JMRI: PanelPro Frequently Asked Questions</h1>

<dl>
<dt id="context" class="on">How does
JMRI tie into the rest of my layout?</dt>
<dd class="first"><!-- by Jim Betz -->
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</dd>

<dt id="store" class="left">How do I save my work?</dt>
<dd class="first"><p>There are several ways to save
<dd class="first">There are several ways to save
your panel. This is because the program has to store both
configuration (turnouts, sensors, etc) and layout (the
details of your specific panel) information.<br>
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This works because panels are stored with all the
configuration information at that same time (which guarantees
they'll work when reloaded)</p></dd>
they'll work when reloaded)</dd>

<dt id="multifile" class="left">Can I store just the
configuration information?</dt>
<dd class="first"><p>You
<dd class="first">You
can store just the "configuration" information in a file,
which you can save without worrying about whether your
panel(s) are open, etc. If you do this, you can also save
your panels to their own, separate files.<br>
To do this:</p>
To do this:

<ul>
<li>Go to one of the table tools (e.g. Route Table) and
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<li>Remember that name and location, then store.</li>
</ul>
<p>This puts config info like Turnouts, Sensors etc, but
This puts config info like Turnouts, Sensors etc, but
not panels, in the file. If you also want to save your
currently loaded panels, select "Store Panels and
Configuration..." instead.</p>
Configuration..." instead.
</dd>

<dt id="showfile" class="left">How can I see my saved
configuration, including Turnouts etc and panels?</dt>
<dd class="first"><p>JMRI does not remember the Turnout, Sensor
<dd class="first">JMRI does not remember the Turnout, Sensor
or Reporter table entries from
a previous JMRI session unless you take specific action to save your
information, and unless you take specific action to instruct JMRI to read
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different configurations, or go back to an older version
of the configuration when an error was made in your
latest saved version.<br>
To automatically load the file when the program starts:</p>
To automatically load the file when the program starts:

<ul>
<li>Open the Preferences panel.</li>
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<li>Quit the program and restart it to test.</li>
</ul>

<p>On subsequent JMRI invocations, all start-up actions are invoked,
On subsequent JMRI invocations, all start-up actions are invoked,
including any "start-up" actions you have defined to "Load" a "Panel File".<br>

If automatic reloading of the table entries is not desired, it is possible
to manually read a panel file. Under the JMRI "Panels" menu item, select
"Open Panel..." and then locate and select one or more panel files
containing the appropriate information. Select the "Open Panels" button
to read those files into JMRI.</p></dd>
to read those files into JMRI.</dd>

<dt id="location" class="left">Where should I put my custom icons and other
files?</dt>
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More information about the
<a href="../../setup/Files.shtml">JMRI Configuration Files</a></p>
</dd>
</dl>
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<ul>
<li><a href="http://sourceforge.net/projects/jmri/">JMRI
project page</a> and <a href=
"https://sourceforge.net/p/jmri/activity/?page=0&limit=100">
"https://sourceforge.net/p/jmri/activity/?page=0&amp;limit=100">
project statistics (up to 2018)</a>.</li>
</ul>

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