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Emerson Ovation .svg file vs Control Builder Viewer

Emerson Ovation .svg file vs Control Builder Viewer

Emerson Ovation .svg file vs Control Builder Viewer

Hi Eng-tips folks,
I review .svg file in xml viewer vs control builder viewer and see that:
1. The property field's names of algorithm have been decrypted by a rule: in svg 'cb-alg-x9bB' equivalences 'PCNT' ; 'cb-alg-pMnB' equivalences 'MRET', etc... What is this rule ?
2. There are some other fields in svg properties: $153$cb-alg-out$ ; cb-modify-id = 00000001; $153$cb-alg-mode$ ,etc
3. Some point description ('DynamicText') objects have been hidden.
I would not be able to access to ovation control builder viewer for weeks to come so i would try to exact properties value from .svg file.

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