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REM1 last won the day on February 28 2012

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  1. Gentle reminder...please do not discuss the beta on the LAVA forums. We have a private forum at ni.com specifically for that purpose. Discussing it here not only violates that NDA that you signed to get access to the beta but it makes my staff sad. Don't do that to Lisa.
  2. The software is now available.
  3. Since someone else will beat me to the punch if I try and wait for the software to be posted...here's the link to the LabVIEW 2012 beta announcement post at ni.com. Go ahead. You know you want to.
  4. I'm unclear on this. Are you saying that IE8 solves all the problems you listed here? If you are unable to see the 32bit and 64bit files to download, please try reloading your browser window. I find that this usually corrects the issue.
  5. As promised, we have begun posting the beta software. If you've waited for this prior to applying for the beta, now is your time.
  6. I'd have gotten around to putting the announcement on LAVA, honest. As an FYI...I put the announcement up on ni.com a week or so before the software will be available for download to give people the opportunity to apply for the beta, gain access to the private message board and read all the cool announcements from the developers about the stuff that's in the upcoming version. Once the software is actually posted for download I put up an announcement on LAVA, inform NI marketing, etc. to bring in additional people. As a further FYI...we accept almost everyone into the beta. People who will
  7. NI is considering support for software and hardware on the Microsoft Windows Server OS. To help evaluate the priority of adding Windows Server support, NI is coordinating a brief pilot program to get feedback from users. If you are interested in running your applications based on NI software and hardware on Windows Server, you are invited to register for participation in the NI Windows Server pilot. You can register by visiting http://www.ni.com/beta and selecting "National Instruments Support for Windows Server" from the list of beta programs. Please complete the profile questions that wil
  8. Greetings, You are invited to register for participation in the LabVIEW 2009 Platform beta program. You can register by visiting http://www.ni.com/beta and selecting "LabVIEW 2009 Platform" from the list of beta programs. Please complete the profile questions that will help us understand your experience and use cases with LabVIEW. Make sure you agree to the T&C of the beta program so that you can be approved. After you register, please be patient for the beta coordinators to process your application. You will be notified when you have been approved. Registration does not necessari
  9. You are invited to register for participation in the LabVIEW 64-bit Pioneer Beta Program. This is the first beta of LabVIEW as a native 64-bit application on Windows Vista x64. The primary advantage of LabVIEW as a native 64-bit application is the ability to address larger amounts of memory. This is critical in applications that manipulate large datasets. We hope to open LabVIEW to a broad range of applications by adding this capability. Prospective beta testers should be aware that since this is essentially a port of LabVIEW to a new platform, early betas will be less complete than early be
  10. QUOTE (REM1 @ Apr 4 2008, 06:56 PM) Once the release is made public you may talk about your general impressions of the release but discussion of the beta is still forbidden. Please remember, however, that some bug fixes go in after we post the last beta.
  11. QUOTE (Val Brown @ Apr 4 2008, 04:48 PM) I believe your interpretation of the rules is correct but I will verify this when I return to the office on Monday. QUOTE (TobyD @ Apr 4 2008, 05:23 PM) I don't think there was any public beta of 8.5.1. The 8.6 beta is going on now. You are correct on all of your statements, both explicit and implied.
  12. QUOTE(tcplomp @ Mar 3 2008, 01:08 PM) 5 MB each for English, Simplified Chinese, French, German, Japanese and Korean
  13. QUOTE(rolfk @ Feb 25 2008, 12:56 PM) I think the point that AQ was making is that while the desktop runtime engine is quite large, the RTOS runtime engine is significantly smaller.QUOTE(brent99 @ Feb 22 2008, 01:21 PM) I apologize if I'm beating a dead horse here -- I'm not sure if and how often this has been brought up in the past -- but I'm kind of annoyed at how large the distribution file has become since Labview 7 because of the massive Labview 8 RTE. I used to be able to distribute a complex program at about 8MB or so. Now, even a simple program is taking like 50MB. Am I alone in this
  14. Greetings, You are invited to register for participation in the LabVIEW Platform 8.6 Beta program. You can register by visiting and selecting "LabVIEW Platform" from the list of beta programs. Please complete the profile questions that will help us understand your experience and use cases with LabVIEW. Make sure you agree to the T&C of the beta program so that you can be approved. After you register, please be patient for the beta coordinators to process your application. You will be notified when you have been approved. Registration does not necessarily guarantee you a position
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