Configure the plug-in
Now the plug-in is installed, you can set the default preferences in the plug-in Configuration Dialog.
*Note*, the default preferences in the Configuration Dialog are only used if you do not set a preference in your scripts using the plug-in's functions. In other words, any preference you set in your scripts using the plug-in functions will be used *instead* of these values.
On Mac OSX, go to the "FileMaker Pro" menu, and then select "Preferences". This will bring up FileMaker Pro's "Preferences" dialog.
Navigating to the Plug-ins tab in the FileMaker Preferences
Next, click on the "Plug-ins" tab, which should give you a dialog as shown. Now, select the plug-in name and click the "Configure" button or double-click the plug-in name which will open the plug-in's Configuration Dialog.
FileMaker Plug-ins tab
Now you are in the plug-in Configuration Dialog where you can specify the default settings of the plug-in. As mentioned before, these settings are only used if you do not set them in your database scripts using the plug-in's functions. Note, not all of our plug-ins have settings that need to be configured.
CNS Barcode Configuration Dialog
After configuring the plug-in, you can continue to Registering the plug-in if you purchased a license or skip to Testing the plug-in.