In the 1st picture, you'll see a typical tstat block arrangement. The
only way i'm getting the "Indif" public numeric to hold it's value is by
connecting an analog value to it. If i don't do this....what happens next
is that if the space temp or space setpt changes at all, then indif will go
to null on it's own.
Typically, the public numeric would be a self sufficient variable inside
the script, kind of like a variable that is saved internally, but can be
changed from the outside. The 2nd picture is showing the property
sheet for that section. If you notice the green circled area, that's the
location i'm trying to set the indif without needing external links. When
you change that number, the block on the wiresheet reflects it. I'm
then expecting the red circled area to update with that value, which
would be the saved value. This isn't happening. This value only seems
to change if there's an external link or block involved. If you change a
value in the external link, then both circled areas change. If you only
change the green area, it'll reflect on the block but not in the red area.
This may be the core problem.
The public numeric setup seems to be acting like a numeric input setup.
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