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  1. Thanks for your quick answer:) Regards, Sylvain
  2. Thanks for your quick answer:) Regards, Sylvain
  3. Dear Labview users, In the front panel control menu there is a control "File Path Control", with this I can get a path to specific file. What I want is the same thing but only to folder. I don't want to open a file I only to choose a path. Thanks in advance and regards, Sylvain. I'm sorry I have pushed twice the submit Button. Regards, Sylvain
  4. Dear Labview users, In the front panel control menu there is a control "File Path Control", with this I can get a path to specific file. What I want is the same thing but only to folder. I don't want to open a file I only to choose a path. Thanks in advance and regards, Sylvain.
  5. Thanks! With NaN "constant" the points are not plotted and I'm able to do "clean" join of the tow parts of the graph with different colours. Regards, Sylvain
  6. Dear users, It is possible, when using "XY Graph" to use two colours for the same plot? The objective is to have a colour from the beginning of the plot to the a certain point, after that specific point I want a different colour. I've searched in the property nodes but it is only possible to change the coulor of the intire plot. Another solution I experiment is to divide the plot in two and put "zeros" in the begining and end of each plot to give "sensation" of continuous plot with only the color changing, this allmost works but the changing point stays a bit "ugly" and this is not a solution.. Thanks in advance and sorry about of the long post:) Regards, Sylvain.
  7. QUOTE (normandinf @ Jul 31 2008, 03:47 PM) Thanks it worked! And because the object is out of the tab it stayed with a cool shadow:) Regards, Sylvain
  8. QUOTE (ned @ Jul 31 2008, 03:06 PM) Thanks for your quick reply, Your first solution seems to be the best on. I understand how to make the object disapear playing with his property node and the tab control but I can't put the object on top of the tab, it stays allways inside! I tried to select the option "Move to front" but It stays allways inside:( Thanks and regards, Sylvain
  9. Dear Labview developers, I have a simple question, in a front panel is it possible to make visible an object in several tabs of the same tab control? There are several objects that I want to repeat and I think repeating the same code is not a optimized solution. Tanks and regards, Sylvain
  10. QUOTE (TobyD @ Jul 29 2008, 06:20 PM) Lol, that's wright, my bad English and my intent to have a general, not so specific solution did not help very much with the understanding of my problem. Thanks to you all, I have now the perfect solution for my problem. Regards, Sylvain
  11. QUOTE (TobyD @ Jul 29 2008, 04:42 PM) Imagine that 'y' values for example represents temperature of something, and my 'x' axis represent time in hours. If for example now are 4H the axe 'x' for the last 6 hours will be 22, 23, 0, 1, 2 ,3, . Labview attributed the points correctly but reordered the 'x'. Thanks.
  12. QUOTE (shoneill @ Jul 29 2008, 03:30 PM) All I want to do It's the second plot to be exactly the same as the first one except the time time axle. I want the time axle time shows the same values and in the same order that the array below. Thanks.
  13. Dear users, The example below It's me trying to plot an XY Graph. The first plot all appears as I want because the 'x' is by order (1,2,3,4, etc). I want that the second plot to exactly the as the first but I only want that x shown in this plot is 22, 23, 0, 1, etc. The issue here is that labview reorder my x. I tried to put also the array on top of the graph but this is not a "clean" solution. Sorry about my bad English but I think the picture will be clear what is my objective. Regards, Sylvain.
  14. QUOTE (neB @ Jul 23 2008, 06:14 PM) Thanks, that is true. The better solution is to put parallel loops handling my menus and controls and I put these interacting with the rest of the code with global variables. Regards.
  15. Thanks that was just what I needed:)
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