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  1. Hello fellow LabVIEW wirers, I am "renovating" a relatively large program I have made in the past with new features. I am adding alot of buttons in the process, which I plan to control with event cases. Some buttons lie directly on the front panel, while some are in a tabbed interface (a few buttons for each tab). On the block diagram, I have an event structure surrounding the case structure (for event timeout=100ms) which handles events for the buttons outside the tab. The case structure is for the tabbed interface. I am thinking of either placing a set of nested event structures (for e
  2. Yep.. after adding stuff to the .ini I was able to edit the actual plot bounds. Thanks everyone for your help!
  3. Hello once again, I am having trouble coding a way for the user to control the "plot area" size (which I interpreted as the black gridded area) without changing the overall size of the graph. My reasoning is in regards to aesthetics; I don't want a gap between the graph and a decoration. If this cannot be fixed, is it possible to programmatically control the size of a decoration? I doubt it myself because there are no block-diagram components for decorations. I have attached a sample VI to further illustrate my intentions. Yes the outcome is not significant in importance but I have a pet
  4. Hello one and all (again), Is there a way for the user to save the state of one's program (i.e. the values of a control) to a file without manually writing values to a spreadsheet manually? It would be kinda useful in the event that a buncha settings are tweaked and the user just wants to quickly recall them later. Muchos gracias, Mayur PS: please do not be offended by my post icon, I wont use it again!
  5. pandaman

    Jesus

    That movie was the s*** - I mean the best ever :thumbup:
  6. Very clever "underlying truth" :thumbup: in your time reversal algorithm Hope my comments are slightly more lucid than those of al.... allright time to get back to work :ninja:
  7. Hello one and all, I am trying to solve for a root using Find All Zeros of F(x).vi (Functions>Analyze>Mathematics>Zeros), but I am getting an answer that is out of my specified bounds (see attachment). I could probably check for this in my program, but why isn't this function detecting this? Thanks, --Mayur P.S.: O'yea I already tried using a different algorithm and different step type, but the answer was the same. I go a root at x=.69 even though my start bound limit was .73. Oh and I am using Labview 7.1 in this instance.
  8. That's horrible :thumbdown: . That is why I am a vegetarian :thumbup:
  9. Hello one and all, I am trying to solve for a root using Find All Zeros of F(x).vi (Functions>Analyze>Mathematics>Zeros), but I am getting an answer that is out of my specified bounds (see attachment). I could probably check for this in my program, but why isn't this function detecting this? Thanks, --Mayur P.S.: O'yea I already tried using a different algorithm and different step type, but the answer was the same. I go a root at x=.69 even though my start bound limit was .73. Oh and I am using Labview 7.1 in this instance.
  10. If removing overlap and increasing times between refresh do not fully recover CPU speed, try investing in a graphics card. GCs almost always have a separate processor and memory dedicated to graphic alone. As a result, you main processor and RAM will be reserved for computational calculations, and the graphics card's processor and memory will deal with graphics. Mid-range cards usually run for around $100; however, you may find a decent lower-range card that fits your application for much less. I suggest buying a card that has at least 64MB memory and a core clock speed of 175MHz. This ma
  11. Hello one and all, The current project I am working with requires a UV lamp that emits a very focused and narrow beam of UV light. The diameter of the beam should be within one micron or, if possible, adjustable between 1 micron and 250 nanometers. It must be focused enough to emit this diameter of light when fixed above the specimen 10 cm above. The wavelength of the beam is not a concern yet. Any help or ideas are appreciated. Regards, Mayur
  12. Nice! :thumbup: The only problem I have (a very minor one at that) is that the point where drawing occurs is above and slightly to the right of the cursor (see picture).
  13. Yeah, I should of done that, but all you needed was kel's code, since I used those subvi's. No worries, i'll just provide the lib. Download File:post-2549-1124897010.llb
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