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  1. I found this tonight while working on a project: https://remixicon.com/ Really good icon library with modern-looking icons where you can customize the color and size of the icons, then download them as PNG files. I then import them into a LabVIEW pict ring and it's off to the races.
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  2. I did an English/Russian project last year based on NI Unicode tool: https://forums.ni.com/t5/Reference-Design-Content/LabVIEW-Unicode-Programming-Tools/ta-p/3493021?profile.language=en
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  3. I feel like you're stretching here to make similarities seem to exist when tey do not. Your argumentation for the LVRT is obviously flawed. If that were the case, every program which accesses Win32 functions is virtualised? No. It isn't. It's linking between actual compiled machine code. It is not platform-independent, it is compiled for the current machine architecture. So is VisualC++ vistualised because there are VC++ runtimes installed on Windows? To paraphrase "the Princess Bride".
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  4. First thing, you need to add an INI token to LabVIEW.ini file, so you can display Unicode in LabVIEW. https://knowledge.ni.com/KnowledgeArticleDetails?id=kA00Z000000kJRNSA2&l=en-CA That allows to at least display the characters when copied on the front panel or block diagram (instead of showing up as a "?"). However it does not work with the caption text unless your OS environment supports the language pack. As you can see below, my OS has French and English installed, but not Chinese or Cyrillic characters. I can display the unicodes when I paste directly from a source, so you c
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