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Thank you tospo!
You mean the parameter could by saved in csv-file which could look like:
shorthand;title;indicator;name;yskala;legend THIS;This Evaluation;01;First;[:100];bottom THIS;This Evaluation;02;Second;[:100];bottom THIS;This Evaluation;15;Fifteen;[0:];top
and be read into the hash?
Of course it would simplify the build-up. I will try to accomplish this, though I have read some threads on this subject, as converting a text into a hash datastructure or Building an arbitrary-depth, multi-level hash and did not see "The Light" yet :-)
I'll try.

Definitely OT but I could not stop myself: I made a funny typo today: "sue strict; sue warnings;". Well, Perl did not do it :-)

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