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    Great to see the LabVIEW wiki alive and kicking again! Hope to have a bit of time to contribute sometime after NIWeek...
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    Here is a quick and dirty edit. It allows for column separators to be moved, but I noticed that on resize it will set the column widths. So this means if you manually move the columns, and then resize the control it may change the columns in an unexpected way. But at that point you can manually move the separators again. I only have 2017 and 2018 so this is for 2017 and newer now. Variant_Probe-2.4.3-0.ogp
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    Have the topics been converted to the lava forum with the same topic id? If so, you can just enter the topic-id in the url and add a - with anything behind it https://lavag.org/topic/1524-anything-you-want works just fine
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    Since the Gingerman is no longer in downtown Austin the a consensus has been formed and many of the LV enthusiast will be meeting at BANGER'S SAUSAGE HOUSE AND BEER GARDEN Sunday evening. This is a few blocks from the convention center opposite direction of 6th street. Most people start arriving around 6:30-7 after dinner. Please come by if you are around Sunday evening. Banger's Sausage House & Beer Garden 79, 81, & 81.5 Rainey St. Austin, TX 78701 https://www.bangersaustin.com/#home
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    There's a little bit of Rube Goldberg action going on here, but I think I follow what you are trying to do. I'd suggest precalculating what all the values are and put that in a subVI. Then call that subVI and index out the current step that you are on keeping track of it in something like a while loop and a shift register. Attached is a simple example. Have you taken any free LabVIEW training online? Here is some on the LabVIEW Wiki. Ramp Pattern.zip


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