The eclipse platform supports different markers such as bookmarks, tasks, problems and errors. Based on these mechanisms, impulse allows the user to add annotations, bookmarks and tasks to any signal at a given position.
Add bookmarks at signal positions and recover them with the eclipse bookmark view.
Add tasks at signal positions and manage with the eclipse task list.
Adding annotations at signal positions together with descriptions.
The marker concept is a known feature of eclipse. impulse allows users to add markers (bookmarks, tasks and annotation) to any signal at any domain position.
The marker concept is a known feature of eclipse. impulse allows users to add markers (bookmarks, tasks and annotation) to any signal at any domain position. If you add a bookmark to a signal, you will find that bookmark in the bookmark view of eclipse. If you double-click on the bookmark in that view, eclipse will open the record that contains the bookmark and set the cursor to its position.
Marker are elements of signals. Therefore markers can only be added to plots (in the viewer) that show simple signals (no productions).
If you added a marker in a viewer, you changed the record, not the view. If your current record format does not support markers, then you need to save it in another format.
The following standard markers are available:
In the viewer, select a signal and use the context menu or keyboard shortcuts to add, delete and edit markers. To select an existing marker, click on its icon. All signal markers are stored inside its wave file (record).
Opening the Bookmarks View
Opening the Tasks View
Double-click on the task or bookmark to open the Impulse Viewer with the active cursor at the marker position.