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Note: 1. If the scanning stops on an empty port, or one where the computer is
attached but is powered Off, the monitor screen will be blank, and the
mouse and keyboard will have no effect. To recover, key in the Hotkey
sequence (see Hotkey Selection, above), for any Port ID that has an
active computer attached.
2. As the OSD cycles through the selected ports, an
appears in front
of the Port ID display for each computer to indicate that the computer is
being accessed under Quick View Scan Mode.
This function lets you broaden or narrow the scope of which ports the OSD lists.
The choices and their meanings are given in the table, below:
To list the Port ID numbers and Names (if names have been
specified - see F5), of all the ports on the installation.
To list only the ports that has been selected for Quick View
scanning (see F4, below).
POWERED ON +
To list only the ports that have been selected for Quick View
scanning (see F4, below), and that have their attached
computers Powered On.
QVIEW + NAME To list only the ports that has been selected for Quick View
scanning (see F4, below), and has been assigned names (see
To list only the ports that has been assigned names (see F5,
To list only the ports that have the attached computers powered
To make a choice, move the Highlight Bar to the one you want, then press [Enter].
An icon appears before the choice to indicate that it is the currently selected one.
Note: 1. You can access any port on any list by using the Navigation Keys then
2. If you select a port that does not have a computer attached to it, or if the attached
computer is powered Off, the OSD will still switch to it, and will not show an error.
QV lets you select the ports you want to include for automatic scanning under the
Quick View Scanning function (see F2, above). [F4] is a toggle: if a port isn
selected, it selects it; if a port is selected, it deselects.
To select/deselect a port, move the highlight bar to it, then press [F4].