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#Properties file for org.eclipse.scada.core.ui.styles
Bundle-Name = Eclipse SCADA Core UI Styles (Incubation)
Bundle-Vendor = Eclipse NeoSCADA Project
colorDefinition.alarm.bg.label = Alarm background
colorDefinition.block.bg.label = Blocked background
colorDefinition.block.fg.label = Blocked foreground
colorDefinition.disconnected.bg.label = Disconnected background
colorDefinition.error.bg.label = Error background
colorDefinition.manual.bg.label = Manual background
colorDefinition.warning.bg.label = Warning background
extension-point.styleGenerator.name = Style Generator
page.style.name = Style Preferences
styleGenerator.alarmFirst.description = Works like the "Default Eclipse SCADA style generator" (org.eclipse.scada.core.ui.styles.defaultStyleGenerator) with the difference that alarms are more important than errors.\n\nThe disconnected state will still override everything else since the client has no information at all and a possible alarm would be completely irrelevant.
styleGenerator.alarmFirst.name = Alarm first generator
styleGenerator.default.description = The default Eclipse SCADA style generator.\n\nIt results in a priorization of styles. Only the most important state is visualized. The order of importance is (first is most important):\n\n * disconnected\n * error\n * alarm\n * warning\n * manual override\n * blocked\n \nThe style generator uses the color definitions of the theme group <code>org.eclipse.scada.alarming.theme</code>.
styleGenerator.default.name = Default Eclipse SCADA style generator
themeElementCategory.alarming.label = Alarming