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  1. Version 1.7

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    This is a version of the LabVIEW 2009 Icon Editor that has several cosmetic improvements (along with some bug fixes). Feel free to try it. Note: The installer does backup the existing icon editor that will be restored (if you were to uninstall this version). Change Log: Version 1.7: [New Feature] Add a condensed pixel font (called: "Pixel Font: PF1") that allow for longer text to be entered. [bug Fix] Synchronize the "Edit>>Show Terminal" menu with the "Show Terminal" check box. [bug Fix] CAR 186982: "[iE] Wrong Icon is loaded in Icon Editor". Version 1.6: [New Feature] C
  2. Name: Improved LV 2009 icon editor Submitter: PJM_labview Submitted: 15 Aug 2009 File Updated: 29 Aug 2011 Category: LabVIEW IDE LabVIEW Version: 2009 License Type: BSD (Most common) This is a version of the LabVIEW 2009 Icon Editor that has several cosmetic improvements (along with some bug fixes). Feel free to try it. Note: The installer does backup the existing icon editor that will be restored (if you were to uninstall this version). Change Log: Version 1.7: [New Feature] Add a condensed pixel font (called: "Pixel Font: PF1") that allow for longer text to be entered. [bug Fi
  3. I just released a new version (1.3) with the following changes (Note: See first post in the thread for the new version download link): Change Log: Version 1.3: [bug Fix] Selection and glyph drop was broken in the original IE. [bug Fix] If you paste text into an empty line, the icon is not updated. [bug Fix] If you paste text into an non empty line (while the content is selected) the clipboard content is append to the selected existing content (the existing selected content should be wiped out). CAR 182828: Manual User Input always cancels even when ok is pressed.
  4. So do I. I did a quick search for this and so far I have not found anything. I may have use the wrong keywords (I hope)... The only thing I got is "smartProbesEnabled" and this is an old key (not sure what it is doing). PJM
  5. Typically I almost always use several probes concurrently when I need to debug some code (and by this I mean I need to look at several probe at the same time). In LabVIEW 2009, every newly created probes is automatically embedded in the Probe Watch Window. What that mean for me that instead of doing the following (for creating a new probe): Right click on wire >> Probe (Or custom Probe) I now have to do the following (for every single new probe): Right click on wire >> Probe (Or custom Probe) Go to the Probe Watch Window and either:Click the "Open in New Window" But
  6. I just released a new version (1.2) with the following changes (Note: See first post in the thread for the new version download link): Version 1.2: [New Feature] This package does stop the IE if it is running prior to installing it. [New Feature] This package does compiled the IE after installation. [New Feature] This package does backup the existing Icon Editor prior to install the new one. [New Feature] This package does restore the previously installed IE upon un-installation. [New Feature] This package also include the original IE UI in LVroot\resource\plugins\Original lv_icon.vi (ren
  7. I think that this is what you are asking for: PJM
  8. I have not tried. You may want to ask the author directly on the NI community group that Aristos Queue mentioned earlier. PJM
  9. I created a discussion over there with the list of changes. PJM
  10. Note: This file has now been moved to the LAVA CR. You can download the latest here. Continue support discussions about it here. I did several cosmetic improvements on the new icon editor that ship with LabVIEW 2009. Feel free to try it if you like it. PJM
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    Right-Click framework makes keynote debut on Monday
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    Mike, Jim and Omar arrive in Austin
  13. Run the attached VI and see what happens. <object width="456" height="426"> <param name="movie" value="http://content.screencast.com/users/PJM_LabVIEW/folders/Jing/media/58a1706c-ad69-4ae0-ae13-a88575dec213/jingswfplayer.swf"></param>'>http://content.screencast.com/users/PJM_LabVIEW/folders/Jing/media/58a1706c-ad69-4ae0-ae13-a88575dec213/jingswfplayer.swf"></param> <param name="quality" value="high"></param> <param name="bgcolor" value="#FFFFFF"></param> <param name="flashVars" value="thumb=http://content.screencast.com/users/PJM_LabVIE
  14. Huotom; Are you seeing this error as a result of installing a new plugin? Are you seeing this error when the RCF start? Did you say "yes" to the mass compile dialog? When you start the option, please be patient (even more if you did not mass compile). If this error is preventing from starting LabVIEW, then you can disable the autostart in the RCF ini file. Go to: LabVIEW Root\resource\JKI\RCF and edit the "Right Click Framework.ini" such as this key says: Auto Start with LabVIEW=FALSE Good luck. PJM
  15. Jim, I encountered some issues with the latest version (I tried the LV 8.2 version): The delete method is not implemented (instead use this ) The code is initially broken because the property used in the timeout frame (in 8.2) has a different name than 8.6 (probably) The drag and drop does not work well (sometime it does, sometime frame are swapped [for instance the "exit" frame become the "Event Structure" frame) Suggestion for improvement: When you duplicate a state, you could pre-populate the new name with the old state name (or ,may be even better, use the prefix such as if the st
  16. Interesting method. You could get back to use Inkscape if we could convince NI to allow for 24 (or 32-bit) VI Icon... PJM
  17. More improvement request: You should probably disable drag and drop tree item The navigation key (while navigating the tree) do not change the visible frame PJM
  18. I have a couple of comments: I think that using system controls would look a lot better than 3D control --> When you create your custom menu you have: &gt; CaseSelector : My_Menu_Tag&lt; Instead use this (because the ">" and "<" are only needed if you have SubMenu(s))CaseSelector : My_Menu_Tag Additionally, it is recommend that you use some meaningful tag, so replace "My_Menu_Tag" by "Case_Selector_Tag" for example. Otherwise this look pretty good! PJM
  19. Same here, I never saw that before. I think this *may* be related to my usage of the "convert stacked sequence to flat sequence structure" method (but I am really not sure). PJM
  20. After running a bunch of scripting operation on a VI, I got the following error that required me to kill LV. Anybody knows what this is (I am just curious since I don't really expect stability while playing with scripting)? Note: This was in LabVIEW 8.21 PJM
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