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How to Manage Your OnRamp Favorites

August 24, 2016

The User Favorite Menu Screen [S2290] enables you to add screens, new folders, change the order of the screens, delete screens and assign F number shortcuts for quicker navigation. It’s a great way to set up all the screens you use on a daily basis in one location.

In the User Favorites Menu tab you will see the tree structure of your favorites menu along with the buttons to add and remove subfolders.

User Favorite Menu Screen [S2290]

To add a screen to your favorites menu, click Add. Then click the drop down Child ID menu and select the screen you wish to add.

Child ID menu

Select the screens you want to add to your favorites menu. You can now sort them in the order you wish them. You can also assign a shortcut key. Click the drop down menu to assign the the F key.

Child ID menu

To refresh the page simply close the screen and reopen it. You will see the new tree structure in the main window.

User Favorite Menu

To create a folder with a group of screens within the folder, enter the folder name in the green User Folder Name field, next, click Add User Folder button.

Add User Folder

Now, click on the newly created folder in the User Favorites menu tab. In the Edit Menu Sort you can start adding the screens into the folder.

User Favorite Menu

If you would like to delete a screen from your favorites menu select the screen to be removed then click OK.

Add User Folder

We hope this tutorial was helpful, until next time.

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