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  1. @LavaBot - I can't speak directly for @nrosenberg, but from my experience, one of the challenges in creating applications is creating code that works in both the development environment (source code) AND in a built applications (exe). So, if Application Directory is used, then the path will point to the LabVIEW installation location when running from source code. So, we don't want to use that node/function when running code in development. Instead, we would probably want to test for whether the code is running in development or the build application and then build our path differently. Howeve
  2. I think that the error is in the use of "Current VI's Path". When you strip up one level in development mode (when the Current VI is directly in a folder) then you get the folder where the VI is located. For an EXE, the VI's path will be nested inside some virtual folders inside the EXE file. Try using the OpenG VI "Get Current VI's Parent Directory.vi" this is a bit smarter in terms of getting the actual OS folder where the VI/Code is located. You can call it like this -- both of these snippets are equivalent.
  3. You can disable this feature as described earlier in this thread and here: VIPM KnowledgeBase: Disabling VIPM service (System Tray) startup when LabVIEW starts up
  4. Hi Yair, Regarding the problems installing the package, can you check your error log folder? C:\ProgramData\JKI\VIPM\error Regarding older installer downloads: The main page listing the older versions is publicly visible (now), and the installer downloads themselves do require a sign-in. Thanks for your understanding about this. It does create a support burden to have legacy software in use (since new versions of OS'es, LabVIEW, and other software can break things), so it helps to limit legacy downloads to customers with legitimate needs. Putting a small hurdle of a sign-in (
  5. My recommendation would be to save the data to disk in the LabVIEW Data folder: <Documents>\LabVIEW Data\2019(32-bit) There really isn't a good way to retain data across Quick Drop calls unless you do something to keep a running process in memory behind the scenes, which is a big can of worms... Yair's solution looks great -- I wasn't aware of that nice feature!
  6. Hi James. We fixed the link to the downloads page. Thanks again for reporting that and please let us know how it works for you -- your feedback is really helpful, as always.
  7. The link vipm.io/download page is the official place to go -- there is a link on that page for people to obtain older versions of the installer. We're working to improve that page over the coming weeks, to make this process easier, so stay tuned. It sounds like you’ve got a copy of the VIPM 2019 installer and have everything you need at the moment -- if you or any other user needs a specific version you can’t find, please let us know via that link we provided. Thanks!
  8. Sorry about that @LogMAN. It should be publicly visible now. Please try again and let me know: VIPM KnowledgeBase: Disabling VIPM service (System Tray) startup when LabVIEW starts up
  9. I think I may have figured it out. When I looked at the drop-down selector for the "Following" options for this post, I noticed something for the first time. It appears to be a warning message that something is wrong with my notification settings. When I click that Notification Settings link, I get to this page and I notice that Email notifications for comments on my posts, appears to be turned OFF. I'm not sure how that happened. I changed it to TRUE and hopefully, I start getting emails again.
  10. Hi @LogMAN and @Neil Pate. Thanks for letting me know. Actually, the reason I ask is because I want to be as responsive as I can to important threads on LAVA (e.g. that relate to VIPM, etc.), yet I don't seem to be getting an email notifications. This makes it very hard to do that, and might give the appearance that I'm less responsive than I want to be. Hoping we can figure this out...
  11. I checked my email inbox and I haven't gotten any notification emails since ~October, 2019. I checked my spam folder. Anyone else not getting emails from lavag?
  12. Thanks for the quick response @LogMAN No problem @LogMAN. I enjoy a good rant, as much as anyone 😛 I try not to take it personally when it's about VIPM (even though it's been a labor of love for ~20 years), and honor everyone's good intentions to make their development tools better, contribute to the community, and get their work done as effectively as possible. Those are really good points about how to make the VIPM system tray service more configurable in terms of opt-in/-out. Honestly, we were/are trying to take a lean (MVP) approach and listen to people's feedback. That's a
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