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  1. Your Keyence representative should be able to help if you can't get it from the website. I've been in contact with multiple over the last few weeks, so I expect you would be able to get a response today.
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  2. Don't know if this will work with your design, but... I have a similar situation of class reference to itself. The code is the base object for plugins and gets compiled into a packed library. The class has a vit inside of it that the child uses to create a version that it sets in a property. The property is strictly typed to the vit and gets called by the parent. To make this work I had to put a control of the reference in the library the parent class is in. This is the way I was able to get around a reference to a class within itself.
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  3. An alternate design is to not use "Wait On Asynchronous Call" and instead pass in a Queue that you use to return the Object. That's the design I would use in any case (I've never used Wait On Asynchronous Call). Your Queue can be a queue of a parent class.
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  4. You cannot use any reference to the class itself within the class. Technically, we could enable some things, like a DVR of the class within the same class, because the default value is Not A Refnum. But we chose -- consciously -- to make the rule "no references to yourself in your own private data." It's an easier rule to teach, and it has various performance benefits for initialization (that mattered more on the hardware from 13 years ago than they do today). And it has come up very rarely. In fact, I think you're the first person whose asked me specifically about the VI reference case. All t
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  5. In LV2019, I extended the right-click plug-ins to be able to attach a graphical palette so you can drop items from the menu. Then I added the right-click menu item to populate the palette for classes. And I just found out (thanks, Darren) that LV2020 doesn't update this graphical palette for methods coming from parent interfaces. Haven't even released... already have a patch list. *sigh*
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  6. OOOOhhh, yeah I've never used that feature but it seems to be a feature of the Waveform Chart and not the graph. http://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/How-to-stack-plots-using-Waveform-Graph/td-p/329917 The good news is a Mixed Signal Graph can look and behave in a similar way. Graph Test 2.vi
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