Custom Blinding Codes

How do I edit randomly generated blinding codes?

Editing blinding codes in an EQ project

When a user generates a design in EQ then by default three digit blinding code will be generated. If a user wants to add a specific blinding codes to their products then it is possible to do so using one of the following options:

1) Using generate design

In the design section of a project, go to "Generate Design".



Enter your desired blinding codes in the "My blinding codes" section, separated by a comma.



2) Using Edit Blinding Codes tab.

Another option is to use the 'Edit Blinding Codes' option under the design tools.





The blinding codes on the left side displays the default blinding codes. The user can add the custom blinding code on the right side and click on apply.


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