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 In the **Left panel**, called Solution, you can see the expanded tree for PLC, containg a list of configured communication channels (1-Wire, Modbus) and connected devices. In the **Executable Projects** you will have all your programs and function libraries. In the **HMI Projects** you can see a list of HMI interfaces. In the **Left panel**, called Solution, you can see the expanded tree for PLC, containg a list of configured communication channels (1-Wire, Modbus) and connected devices. In the **Executable Projects** you will have all your programs and function libraries. In the **HMI Projects** you can see a list of HMI interfaces.
  
-In the **Main window**, you can see a [[en:​automation:​02-glossary:​iec61131-3-hidden#​functional_block_diagram_fbd|FBD]] program while in the debugging mode. The left column of the programming ​canvas ​contains **inputs** of the program. In the middle section, you can place function blocks (FBs), which enclose a certain functionality. The right column contains outputs of the program. As stated above, the program is in the debugging mode, which allows us to check the current values of inputs, outputs and variables in the PLC as well as override their values. Those values are shown in small grey boxes right next to the input/​output. The debugging mode also allows you to chart the actual values, as you can see in the section under the **Main window**.+In the **Main window**, you can see a [[en:​automation:​02-glossary:​iec61131-3-hidden#​functional_block_diagram_fbd|FBD]] program while in the debugging mode. The left column of the programming ​workspace ​contains **inputs** of the program. In the middle section, you can place function blocks (FBs), which enclose a certain functionality. The right column contains outputs of the program. As stated above, the program is in the debugging mode, which allows us to check the current values of inputs, outputs and variables in the PLC as well as override their values. Those values are shown in small grey boxes right next to the input/​output. The debugging mode also allows you to chart the actual values, as you can see in the section under the **Main window**.
  
 The **Properties panel** on the right contains a complete list of all properties for the selected object. Right now, it shows parameters for ''​office_thermometer_temperature''​ input. The **Properties panel** on the right contains a complete list of all properties for the selected object. Right now, it shows parameters for ''​office_thermometer_temperature''​ input.
  
-On the next screenshot, you can see the HMI building interface.+On the next screenshot, you can see interface used to build the HMI.
  
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-In the **Left panel**, you can see a list of graphical elements, you can use for building your interface. The **Main window** shows a canvas ​for the actual HMI interface. In the **Properties panel** you can see properties of the selected **text** element.+In the **Left panel**, you can see a list of graphical elements, you can use for building your interface. The **Main window** shows a workspace ​for the actual HMI interface. In the **Properties panel** you can see properties of the selected **text** element.
  
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