Commands that consist of more than one page can be split into several commands each consisting of a single page. You might want to do this, for example, to insert other eCATT commands for checks or for steering the script.
Several commands can be merged into one or more new commands. The smallest number of new commands will be generated – for example, if two of the original commands have the Reset node set, these will not be merged into the same new command.
Parameterization is unaffected. The new command interfaces will have the appropriate parameters.
1. In the command editor, position the cursor on the command.
2. From the context menu, choose Split.
1. In the command editor, select the commands to be merged by marking the area with the mouse.
2. From the context menu, choose Join.
The original commands are commented out and new commands and their command interfaces are created. The original command interfaces still exist. If you are sure that you no longer need them, you can delete them.