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Can a subprogram(M98 Call) be pointed to - and displayed by the editor?

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Many of our parts use an M98 subprogram call to refer back to routine things like customer logo’s etc.  that are used many times on many different parts.   Can a subprogram be loaded into GWizard so when the main program runs it will also run/display the subprogram work as well?

Looking forward to using GWizard for a ton of offline programing.

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Currently, the subprogram must be placed in the same file with the main program for it to be called.  Most put any standard things in a single file and just add that file to the end of their main program for testing.  The Insert File command from the Insert Menu is a handy way to do this.

Longer term we will add the ability to define a standard folder where G-Wizard will search for any subprograms not defined in the main program file.

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