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  1. How dare them making a choice when they are asked to? You cannot approve the dialog automatically as it is shown only after starting the application (or restarting the computer) during which you don't have elevated access. However you could add firewall rules as part of the installation procedure (see below). None that I know of. It is also very annoying to get prompted over and over again after making a choice. Why even bother asking if there is no choice in the first place? Software that does that is malware in my opinion. Also I can see users taking three courses of action:
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  2. Classes on the terminals of XNodes are somewhat unstable and crashy. The key way to avoid a crash is to put a "Request Deallocation" primitive wired with a constant TRUE on the block diagram of every VI that has a variant that could contain a LabVIEW class. But you then also have to be careful not to use your XNode in two separate user contexts at the same time unless the class is defined identically in both user contexts. The two features were never designed to work with each other (they came into existence at the same time and weren't really aware of what the other's needs would be). On
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  3. I see this issue regularly. I do a lot of work where the "real" UI is just a big picture indicator. One stray coordinate on that blue picture wire will send the Picture to Pixmap VI into a tizzy as that's the first time a flattened 2D map is made of the image data. That VI also has horrible error handling-- which is to say it has none-- it'll just crash LabVIEW with the out of memory error if asked to do something absurd. Some general guidelines for interfaces I write rely on the Picture to Pixmap VI: Constrain dimensions to some reasonable maximum density. I usually do 25 MP or som
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  4. I definitely get what you mean by burning out. Even on project that is long, it is easy for me to lose interest. With LabVIEW it always feels like getting 90% complete is pretty easy, quick, and there are plenty of results to see. That last 10% seems to take so long to wrap up, and so much work that I find myself just putting it off and doing other work instead. Of course when timelines are involved, and you need to actually work on it, it is hard to stay motivated. Maybe its hard because I enjoy doing LabVIEW and it doesn't feel like work when its fun, but when it isn't fun it is a drag.
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  5. One of illustrious admins (hooovahh) is shaving for charity - please donate here!
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