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  1. Thank you very much for your reply! I have checked my DAQmx drivers, they are ok. Such problem appears when I open VIs in the projects, or when some LV projects windows are opened. Even when I'm trying to use NI Examples from the Examples Finder, DAQmx Physical Channel controls don't work. And if I close opened projects, and open only single VIs, everything works OK. And its terrible, because every time when I start my PC, I don't know, if it will work or not...
  2. Dear LabVIEW community! I have installed LabVIEW, v13.0f02, 32-bit on my PC. The problem, which I face, is that DAQmx Physical Channel controls, which are used in VIs inside the LV projects, sometimes don't show me the list of DAQ devices - I can't expand the list at all. I push the button to expand the list, but nothing helps. But when I create VIs outside the project, and put there DAQmx Physical Channel control - everything works well. Note: devices are simulated via MAX. Is it some kind of bug in 2013 vesrion of LabVIEW? Because while using LV 2012 I didn't have such headache. The only thing that helps now - is to restart PC (laptop) several times; b/c restart of LV doesn't help. Can anyone suggest, what it can be, and how to fix this problem? Thank you very much in advance!
  3. Thanks a lot for your help!
  4. Hi everyone! I've got one question to you. How one can rotate numeric indicator on 90 degrees, to show text (numbers) vertically, but not horizontally, as usually? If you know, please, tell me. I'm looking forward for your help!
  5. Thanks a lot for your help! I hope it'll help me!
  6. Hi everyone! I've got one more question to you. How one can control programmatically desktop wallpapers and change it? Should I use some special libraries, or something like this? Please, help me, if you know. I'm looking forward for you help!
  7. kosist

    Zero bit

    Thanks a lot for your help!
  8. kosist

    Zero bit

    Hi everyone! I've got one more question to you. I have to write and send in string zero bit - in Delphi, for example, it is Chr(0). But how should I have write zero bit in LabVIEW? I'm looking forward for your help!
  9. I followed your advise, and I appreciate it, but it didn't helped me. When I disconnected "Service name" and read bytes directly, without getting the length of the message, there is no error, but server doesn't see a string message - the length of string is 0. What I have to do?
  10. Hi everyone! I've got one important question, on which I can't find the answer.The point is I've got server, made in LabVIEW, and a client, made in Adobe Flash CS5, and they have to send data to each other. But when Adobe Flash Player 10 connects to server, first of all, it sends such string - <policy-file-request/>, and when server gets this string, it must send such called "policy file" - <cross-domain-policy><allow-access-from domain="*" to-ports="*" secure="false"/><site-control permitted-cross-domain-policies="master-only" /></cross-domain-policy>+Chr(0). Then client (Flash Player) dissconnects from the server, and connects again, and sending data goes without any policy file. But unfortunatelly, my server doesn't want to get this string - I've got error "Not enough memory". What I have to do, to make my server get the policy file request, and send answer to client? Please, help me, if you know what to do. The link to Adobe Flash client is below - http://noggit.zs9.ru/net_swf.swf, LabVIEW server also is attached. I don't want to use WebService, because I have to use simple TCP/IP "talking", and LabVIEW VI, from which I have to send data to broser is very difficult, and includes much variables to send. I'm looking forward for your help! P.S. Sorry for my English. Server.vi
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