Subject: FAQ: Updating your LEO PC Macro Libraries and preference settings.
From: James Conway <jwc@snf.stanford.edu>
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2003 15:10:32 -0700
Mon, 20 Oct 2003 15:10:32 -0700
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Greetings  RAITH Users:

IMPORTANT:
If you are amongst the minority that still need to change settings on
your LEO PC logins to be current with the changes made to the LEO PC
hardware a week ago, follow the directions listed below as a FAQ.

Otherwise See James Conway at your next login session for help. If you
need assistance after hours, you can always call me on my cell phone at
415-412-4825.

 I have finished all administrator level changes and need to ensure the
changes are made properly within your login for the system to work
correctly for you on your next usage.

Thank you for your support!

James Conway



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RAITH
FAQ:
October 20, 2003

A. Procedure to update User Preferences and then merge your LEO Column
Macro Libraries with your own within your login on the LEO PC.

B. Procedure to change from LEO defaults to RAITH LEO PC User settings
on the LEO Electron Microscope attached to the RAITH 150.



1. Launch LEO Column Application on the LEO PC COMPUTER:
    [YES] to the first dialog box that pops up: ' Do you wish to merge
your standard library macros.'
    [YES] to the second pop up box. Confirming Macro Libraries were
merged.

Leo column application launches and you see the default screen with CCD
camera view of inside chamber.

2. Close and exit REMCON -- if it launches.

3. SEM SETTINGS FOR THE RAITH INTERFACE:
    Pull down from top menu bar --> [Tools] [User Preferences]
    TAB --> Users Directory Setup:
    Verify it reads C:\Program Files\LEO ELECTRON MICROSCOPE
LTD\LEO-32\user\your_user_name


    TAB Users IMAGE Directory Setup:
    Verify it reads C:\Programs\LEO ELECTRON MICROSCOPE
LTD\LEO-32\images\user\your_user_name\

    Users Preferences pops up:  Select TAB --> [SEM Conditions]

   *     Select [Aperture Align] 'ON'  This will save configuration and
     gun aperture and stigmation settings to your state file.
   *     Select [Beam Blanking] 'ON'  This will automatically blank when
     all image zones are 'frozen'.
   *     Select [Beam Shift Magnification] to 'OFF'.
   *     Select [Magnification Display ] setting radio button to
     'Polaroid 545'  selecting the correct magnification table.
         DO NOT SET TO CURRENT OUTPUT DEVICE.
   *     Select [Focus Wobble] and select reduced raster 'ON'
   *     Select [Scan Rate] setting to 2, or to whatever you prefer as a
     default scan rate.
   *     Select [Emission Mode] to auto signal to 'OFF'
   *     Select [Cross Hairs] to 'OFF'
   *     Select [APPLY] and then [OK] to save these as your new
     preferences settings.

4. To merge the users Macro Libraries with the Standard System Macro
Libraries:

   *     Pull down from top menu bar --> [Tools] [Macro Editor]
        Macro Editor will launch and open, select from top menu bar
     [Library] then drop down to [Merge Standard Libraries]
   *     Select [OK] at WARNING Pop-up box, "Your current Libraries will
     be merged with the Standard Library..."
   *     Exit macro editor.

5. Saving your changes to your preferences and user login defaults:

   *     Select [File] and [Exit] to exit LEO Column PC.
   *     [SAVE] Changes to Configurations, etc...
   *     [Save] SEM Conditions to save all changes made.

6. Restart LEO COLUMN PC Software.
    verify REMCON is started and it should automatically start and
channel should be 'OPEN'.
    Quick icon buttons on icon toolbar should also all work.

Please see James conway if you have any questions or encounter any
problems.

JWC
10-20-2003


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Greetings  RAITH Users:

IMPORTANT:
If you are amongst the minority that still need to change settings on your LEO PC logins to be current with the changes made to the LEO PC hardware a week ago, follow the directions listed below as a FAQ.

Otherwise See James Conway at your next login session for help. If you need assistance after hours, you can always call me on my cell phone at 415-412-4825.

 I have finished all administrator level changes and need to ensure the changes are made properly within your login for the system to work correctly for you on your next usage.

Thank you for your support!

James Conway
 
 

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RAITH FAQ:                                                                             October 20, 2003

A. Procedure to update User Preferences and then merge your LEO Column  Macro Libraries with your own within your login on the LEO PC.

B. Procedure to change from LEO defaults to RAITH LEO PC User settings on the LEO Electron Microscope attached to the RAITH 150.
 
 

1. Launch LEO Column Application on the LEO PC COMPUTER:
    [YES] to the first dialog box that pops up: ' Do you wish to merge your standard library macros.'
    [YES] to the second pop up box. Confirming Macro Libraries were merged.

Leo column application launches and you see the default screen with CCD camera view of inside chamber.

2. Close and exit REMCON -- if it launches.

3. SEM SETTINGS FOR THE RAITH INTERFACE:
    Pull down from top menu bar --> [Tools] [User Preferences]
    TAB --> Users Directory Setup:
    Verify it reads C:\Program Files\LEO ELECTRON MICROSCOPE LTD\LEO-32\user\your_user_name
 

    TAB Users IMAGE Directory Setup:
    Verify it reads C:\Programs\LEO ELECTRON MICROSCOPE LTD\LEO-32\images\user\your_user_name\

    Users Preferences pops up:  Select TAB --> [SEM Conditions]


4. To merge the users Macro Libraries with the Standard System Macro Libraries:


5. Saving your changes to your preferences and user login defaults:


6. Restart LEO COLUMN PC Software.
    verify REMCON is started and it should automatically start and channel should be 'OPEN'.
    Quick icon buttons on icon toolbar should also all work.

Please see James conway if you have any questions or encounter any problems.

JWC
10-20-2003


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