There are several ways to access the Level Link dialog box:
Displays the properties of the Selector control link. From this dialog box, you can:
|Link Name||Displays the link name and allows you to edit the name|
Displays the link state. Select to activate the link, deselect to deactivate the link.
Displays the selection list as well as the current selection. To change the selection, click the radio button of the selection you want. You can also edit a selection name by clicking its edit icon , and then typing in the edit box that appears.
note: If the link includes a read-only control, you cannot change the selection from within this dialog box. You can change it from the read-only device or from the dialog box for the read-only control in the Hardware Controls tab. See Testing a Control Link
Designates which control serves as the control Link Master. To designate another control as the Link Master, select its radio button.
note: If the link includes a read-only control, you cannot change the Link Master designation, which is always the read-only control.
|Participant (Parent-Control)||Displays the controls that are participating in the link, providing the name of the device or block as well as the actual control. Click a participant's name to open its properties dialog box.|
|Link icon||Indicates the state of the control in this link. Bright purple indicates the control is active in this link. White indicates the control is not active in this link. A control can be active in only one link at a time. It is always active in the active link that is highest in the control link priority list.|
|Purple box at bottom||Provides a location for adding new Selector controls to the link. To add a new Selector control, drag and drop its link icon onto this purple box.|
|Delete icon (X)||Removes the selected control from the link. (To select a control, click anywhere on it—except on its hyperlink name or on its Master radio button.)|