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Vinny

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  1. QUOTE (huotom @ Feb 9 2009, 01:15 AM) It is not clear to me what your question is.
  2. QUOTE (mic_k86 @ Feb 6 2009, 10:17 PM) You can change the panel background color by selecting the paintbrush tool from the Tool Palette (View >> Tool Palette). You can change the default panel color in the Options Dialog (Tools >> Options >> Colors). You can make an image picture the background by right clicking on a scroll bar and selecting properties. In the properties window you can change the background to an image. Regards, Vinny
  3. QUOTE (Tomi Maila @ Dec 6 2008, 04:11 AM) I am not familiar with IEEE standard 1288 either. The Software Requirements Specifications is IEEE standard 830-1998. Not sure it that was the document Crelf was refering to, but it is a good reference as well. Vinny
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    QUOTE (jgcode @ Nov 7 2008, 11:23 PM) From a LV development standpoint I found working with WinXPE was identical to working on standard XP. I did not experience any performance issues either, but the application was not very resource intensive.
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    Embedded XP

    QUOTE (jgcode @ Nov 6 2008, 11:35 PM) I've used WinXPE on a TPC with great success. I used an Advantech panel (TPC-1261) with a pre-configured distribution of WinXPE. We loaded up VISA run time and the LV run time and ran our application with no issues. We did start out using a panel with Windows CE and the TP module, but it was full of bugs and other issues.
  6. QUOTE (Val Brown @ Sep 28 2008, 06:00 AM) I have deployed LV applications to Advantech touch panel computers running XPe with no problems. I used the build of XPe that Advantech provided for the PC, and just installed the LV Runtime driver (LV 8.2 at the time), and VISA drivers. Everything ran off a compact flash card (1 or 2GB), so we had lots of room. Overall the process was very smooth and the solution was a success for the application. Vinny
  7. QUOTE (SULLutions @ Jun 27 2008, 10:03 AM) Looks Evite's name servers are down, but if you use their IP address you can get to the site. Try this link: http://209.104.61.200/app/publicUrl/IZJXED.../LAVA_OpenG_BBQ
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