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Copyright @ 2010, Jim Carmody

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Author:

Jim Carmody

jim@jamescarmody.com

CaseSelect is a plugin for the JKI Right-Click Framework for LabVIEW and is distributed as a VIPM package.

Introduction

I make State Machines with many, many states; perhaps you do, too. I don't like scrolling through long lists of states and have wanted to have a scroll bar on the drop-down list. This plug-in launches a new panel with a Tree control (one that has a scroll bar) containing each of the Case names.

Features

  • Select a case in the CaseSelect window and it comes to the front in your Block Diagram
  • JKI State Machine states are indented in the Tree control
  • CaseSelect window floats and can be resized
  • Open multiple CaseSelect windows at the same time to work with more than one Case Structure
  • Select a case with the mouse or navigate the Tree using arrow keys
  • Insert & delete states with Insert/Delete keys or context menu (Insert suggests new name based on section header)
  • Reorder cases with drag/drop
  • Ctrl+drag/drop to duplicate a case (suggests new name based on section header)
  • Collapse/expand all tree elements with context menu
  • Sort cases alphabetically (preserving the section headers of a JKI State Machine)

New in 2.0.1
  • I'm pretty bad at keeping track, but here are a few...
  • Renaming a case triggers a search-and-replace for all instances of the old name in all String Constants
  • Select a String Constant in your VI and double-click a case in CaseSelect and that will be appended to the String Constant - build macros quickly

New in 3.0.0.4 (currently only for LabVIEW 2010)

  • I'm still pretty bad at keeping track, but I made a new package.
  • Added navigation buttons to move back and forth through the states you've visited (history) ~ still buggy

The original discussion of this can be found here.


What's New in Version 3.0.0.4   See changelog

Released

  • I'm still pretty bad at keeping track, but I made a new package.
  • Added navigation buttons to move back and forth through the states you've visited (history) ~ still buggy



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