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About kiyuna

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    LAVA groupie

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    Brisbane, Australia
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    Judo, Rockbands, Sportsbikes, Photography and 日本語。

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    LabVIEW 2011
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    2008
  1. Yep I agree with both of those resources, the only other thing to do is just get in a try it. I have to do vision stuff at work and I had no idea before I started.
  2. ah excellent! This works perfectly, I never knew what the difference between "Key Down" and "Key Down?". I just changed all my Key Down events to Key Down? events and i now have the event filter nodes for them. Thanks very much.
  3. Hey guys, i was searching for this all yesterday. My application sits and waits for an F1 and F2 keypress. Of course when you press F1 the help dialog pops up, now im not quite sure how to disable this, I am assuming it is a windows thing, but fingers crossed i can disable it in labview. Anyone had any experience doing this? Cheers.
  4. That is a big word you're asking engineers to use. Although when put in the context "The primifluous wines were excellent." I think its quite easy to remember.
  5. asbo, when we do that we get a -200452 error. http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/05A563FE3AA7B3C286256FF90077C303
  6. drjdpowell: Its definitely a task configured in MAX, p6.4 to be exact, the above code is not what we're using, its just something I quickly knocked up on my computer for a visual aid. We tried setting up the task programatically and using the DAQmx timing vi, still no luck. We just found it interesting we couldn't change the sample rate from 1MHz.
  7. Hey Guys, Been using the PXI-6509 card now for a while, but came across a situation i'd never seen before. Just thought someone could either confirm or elaborate on what it is i'm seeing. With all DAQmx read tasks you can setup Sampling Rate and the # of samples to read. So for example, rate = 10kHz, samples=10k, it should take 1 second to read the 10k samples. I dont see a problem with this. But when you get the read VI to output a waveform (Digital->Single Channel -> Multiple Samples -> Waveform), there does not appear to be any dt parameter. I.e the time between sampling point
  8. ahhh thanks guys, that's a little simpler than what i was imagining. I didn't even realize you could use gif's till yesterday!
  9. At the moment while a test is running i want a "loading" type of gif to be playing. At the moment I'm inserting a VI containing the gif into a subpanel and then removing it once its no longer needed. Is there an easier/more elegant way?? Maybe a ring control with all the images, but even then i'll still need to insert the VI into the subpanel. Attached is the VI containing the gif. LoadingImage.vi
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