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The value of a text field that is configured as a string does not get displayed properly in 'Web Designer'.

Issue
The value of a text field that is configured as a string does not get displayed properly in a 'Web Designer'
application..

Product Line
TSXWMY100, 140NWM10000, 140NOE77111, TSXETY5103, BMXNOE0110

Environment
Windows 10

Resolution
The value of a text field that is configured as a string does not get displayed properly in a 'Web Designer'

application. This issue only occurs on an imported 'Operator Screen' taken from a Unity application.

The displayed web page will show the error "The following variables used by the imported operator screens
are not available in the application file".

This is a known issue and it is related to the differences between how Unity uses the STRING type variables
in the 'Operator Screen' and how 'Web Designer' interprets the STRING variables. The issue cannot be fixed
because it will require a redesign of 'Web Designer'.

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