July 10, 2019 at 5:52 pmrodmartiSubscriber
I am starting to use nCode inside the Workbench and I'm having some trouble so far.
I am not sure how to set the Criteria Labels in nCode Viewer.
I opened a simple model:
And when I open the nCode Viewer and I didn't see anything. No text was displayed.
I couldn't find anywhere to change or put the text Labels (in workbench or in nCode Viewer).
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