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Name Private Creator Description
!scenario_chat_text_input_status NO (system-internal) This Tag is used to enable, disable, or highlight the ability of users to enter text with the chat bar. The comment is composed of multiple parts, separated by hyphens, and defines the behavior. Required value: 'disabled' or 'enabled' Optional values, if enabled, need to be in correct order: 'once', 'highlighted' Optional final value if enabled: 'text:<text>' where <text> is the text that will be displayed on the chatbar. An example: 'enabled-once-text:Describe your problem' This example will enable the chatbox once (for one usage) and ask the user to describe the problem. After the first time the user enters text, the [[symbol:!scenario_chat_text_input_status]] Tag will be ignored and the status will revert to the preceding one. You can use [[symbol:!nullify]] to make Elody ignore a Tag of this type, so it will look at the previous one instead. This Symbol is related to the Symbol [[symbol:!scenario_chat_file_input_status]] and [[symbol:!scenario_chat_object_import_input_status]].
?scenario_plan_user_trust_internet NO (system-internal) Tags of this type are created along with [[symbol:?scenario_plan_user_trust]] Tags. They target the [[symbol:?scenario_plan_user_trust]] Tags to indicate that the user should be trusted enough to be given full internet access without asking for permission.
?external_domain_request_accepted NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol is attached to a [[symbol:!external_domain_request]] when the user grants access to the domain.
!external_domain_request NO (system-internal) Create a Tag with this symbol to indicate that you need the user to grant access to an external domain. The comment of the Tag is the domain. This Tag is also created automatically when needed, but you can create it manually so you can check in advance. Works with [[symbol:?external_domain_request_presented]] and [[symbol:?external_domain_request_accepted]].
demo_test_internet NO floriandietz@elody.com
info_number_of_items NO tutorial_developer_improved Multi-purpose tag. The content of the targeted file has x items, where x is the weight of this tag. arguments: 0 : the file
info_timeseries_y_axis_name NO tutorial_developer_improved Indicates whether or not a Python Pandas file containing a time series has a name for its y-axis and what that name is. Used along with [[symbol:format_is_python_pandas_pickle_dataframe]]. arguments: 0 : the file Comment : The name, or null if none exists.
info_timeseries_x_axis_name NO tutorial_developer_improved Indicates whether or not a Python Pandas file containing a time series has a name for its x-axis and what that name is. Used along with [[symbol:format_is_python_pandas_pickle_dataframe]]. arguments: 0 : the file Comment : The name, or null if none exists.
signal_to_run_advanced_data_cleansing_and_analysis_for_pandas NO floriandietz@elody.com This is used by [[program:BasicDataCleansingAndAnalysisForPandas]] to signal to other Programs that it is their turn to work on a [[symbol:task_data_cleansing_and_analysis_for_pandas]]. Arguments of this Tag: 0 : A [[symbol:task_data_cleansing_and_analysis_for_pandas]].
info_primary_key NO floriandietz@elody.com Marks the primary key of a table. Can be a composite key. Arguments of this Tag: 0 : Some object that represents a table, e.g. a file or a [[symbol:modifiable_file]]. 1+ : One or more [[symbol:column]] Tags that together form the key.