Halogen provides multiple ways to allow your end-users to change from one control page to another, also called page navigation.
Then, click on the name of the page that you want to link to in the Pages palette and drag to the page layout area, dropping it where you’d like it to appear on the page. The following shows adding a DiningRoom page link to the Home page:
Now, change the page link’s label to clearly indicate the destination control page to the end user. Do this by changing the currently selected page to DiningRoom, and then change in the page title to Dining Room in the Control Page Designer toolbar:
Repeat this for all page links that you want to add.
note: You cannot add page links to certain control pages. In particular, you cannot link a page to itself and you cannot link to the Error or Login pages. Pages appear dimmed in the Pages palette when you cannot add it to the currently selected control page as a page link.
Then, click on the Page Navigation Panel Element in the palette and drag it to the page layout area, dropping it where you’d like it to appear on the page. The following shows adding a Page Navigation Panel to the Home page:
In the Control Page Designer, a Page Navigation Panel is blank because the HAL system automatically generates the set of items in the panel only when the system is running (or emulated). For example, a Page Navigation Panel in the Control Page Designer appears like this:
Repeat this for all control pages that need to include a Page Navigation Panel.
Configure Auto-Navigation settings in the DR6 Viewer dialog.
note: There must be at least one DR6 in the Halogen configuration to view the DR6 dialogs.
For more information see DR6 Device Setup
note: The Auto-Navigation settings for a DR6 apply to all control pages in the DR6 device.