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  1. My preference would be to have a "Set to Default" method of the class that initialises the object with reasonable defaults that you call on teh startup of your application. Then your settings UI can call methods on the object to tweak teh settings as the user desires. As a general rule I dislike the "Default Value" properties of controls because they can be very hard to control and enforce over the development lifetime of an application.
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  2. I would think it should look something like this. I've not tried running this... You will need to ensure all children you want as children of the inserted class are in memory before running this, though I believe anything in an open project is in memory. I hope this helps!
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  3. Assuming you have an easy way to get all the child classes into memory, something like this should do the trick:
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  4. You can set the default value of a control using scripting. But I don't think this is what you want. Very few scripting functions work in the run-time engine. Scripting is generally a thing that makes LabVIEW code, or edits LabVIEW code. These are not the types of things you do in a run-time engine. In a built EXE for C++ you wouldn't generate new source code that is compiled and then used in that EXE. It would be something like self modifying code, and probably should be avoided. But what you can do is use a function like the OpenG Write Panel to INI, and Read Panel From INI. This
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  5. Use "transpose array" function just before the output in your code
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  6. Use Read From Spreadsheet File.vi twice, once for each file. Index out first column of both resulting arrays, build new array using "Build Array" primitive. Probably you need to Transpose as well. But if the time stamps are to be connected to the measurement values, which looks to be the case, I would bundle each time stamp with the corresponding measurement value into a cluster and then have a 1D-array of those clusters.
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  7. In the later LabVIEW versions, one can open the original copy and select View>>Browse Relationships>>Reentrant Items, and that allows one to open the shared clones. In older LabVIEW Versions, one can (temporarily) set the VI to "show front panel when calledâ€. However, if your building a message-based architecture, you can just build in a “show front panel†message to your actors/processes/modules/whatever.
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