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  1. Tom McQuillan offers a tool that helps with updating VI descriptions and icons: https://github.com/TomsLabVIEWExtensions/Documentation-Tool AntiDoc by wovalab (Olivier Jourdan) generates very nice and extensive documentation for DQMH modules, LV classes and .lvlibs. Here's an example PDF of our open-source application template.
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  2. I don't understand this website. They are pushing this whole "chat with other attendees", but there are no chatrooms? You have to search for someone by name?
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  3. There is support for Sets and Maps in the latest version; I wouldn't want such things require any kind of "hook".
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  4. A paean to the utility of JSONText.
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  5. Alternative (6): all attributes are returned as JSON values. Rather than get the attribute as the actual type, the User would get the attribute as a string, then use From JSON to convert to type. One could make VIMs that combine these two steps, and these VIMs might possibly be made to work with non-JSON attributes as well.
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  6. I think AQ is enjoying this role as the end user instead of the LV programmer 🤣 I do appreciate following these edge cases though. I use this tool widely and it is fantastic.
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