You edit the values for profile entries in the Profile Entry Work Area.
Click on an entry cell in the Profile Data table to access the editor for that entry. Each cell has its own instance editor, and you use an instance editor to work with the value represented by the cell.
Each Profile Entry Instance Editor displays:
- The name of the profile entry.
- The prompt for the entry.
- The current value of the entry.
A value might be a text string (button label), an input control (check box), the path to an image file (company logo) or anything else that is required by a particular builder input.
You can display multiple editors (both Entry Instance and Profile Properties) if you CTRL+Click
on profile names and profile entry cells. CTRL+Click
selects and opens each selected profile, and Shift+Click
opens the entire range of selected profiles. You can have as many editors open as you like. Use the scroll bars to view all open editors.
An instance editor header also contains several controls represented by the following symbols:
Locks the cell value. A cell must be customized in order to be locked. Once a cell value is locked, any profiles that inherit the profile entry must use the locked value. Changes in value down the inheritance chain from this cell are not possible. Revert
Note: A cell containing an inherited value cannot be locked
Reverts this cell value to that of the parent profile.Text
Launches an editor that lets you change the value of a TextArea entry.
controls are grayed-out when they do not apply to a particular cell value, and the Text
button is not displayed if the entry is not a TextArea UI type.
If you are creating profiles to be used as end user profiles to be used for execution time personalization, disable the Is Container
folder just to the right of the Name
Parent topic: Customization of profiles