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  1. I've added that property to a list I'm maintaining of private properties/methods/events to move to public/scripting in a future LabVIEW release.
  2. I don't think there's a way to do it. You'll need to make your own browse button.
  3. Yeah, I'm not aware of any. The App Builder API (vi.lib\AppBuilder\AB_API) provides most of the functionality you would need to programmatically modify build specs. I talk about it briefly in my Hidden Gems presentation: http://www.ni.com/hiddengems
  4. Here's a GIF comparing the selection drag + scroll speed on the same large VI in 2018 and the latest 2019 build, both on my dev machine.
  5. (standard disclaimer, unreleased software, not an official benchmark, etc. etc.) I just tested dragging selection boxes on that diagram in LabVIEW 2018 and in the latest LabVIEW 2019 build. Selection rectangles draw significantly faster in 2019. Window scrolling while dragging a selection box is also much faster. For reference, my dev machine is Win7-64, 16 GB RAM, E5-1650 3.5GHz.
  6. Not in 2019. But we will look into consolidating the API in 2020 so the non-deprecated method is able to set dotted properties like the deprecated property can.
  7. If I recall correctly, it was deprecated because the current property is more explicit about how you're assigning the property name (ID, short name, long name), whereas the deprecated property was more ambiguous (you could wire in any of them I think). But to my knowledge, there's no problem using the deprecated property. When I update the VI Server Rename plugin, I'll make sure to only call the deprecated property if there's a period in the specified property name.
  8. Thanks for digging this up, Paul. I got it to work for dotted properties of multiple levels (so not only Label.Text, but also things like Terminal.Wire.Terms[]). I'm going to try to update the VI Server Rename plugin for Quick Drop to allow setting dotted properties by using this deprecated property. (?)
  9. You can also use Quick Drop Replace to replace multiple items at once. Select all the controls you want to replace > Ctrl-Space > Type name of new item > Ctrl-P to replace them all.
  10. I had no idea this existed. I will look into it.
  11. Correct. Scripting does not support setting dotted properties.
  12. +1 for installing shared dependencies in vi.lib with VIPM packages. Makes this sort of thing much easier to manage than having each project have their own copy of the reuse code.
  13. From what I can tell, the Item Close(?) and Item Open(?) events are not private. Maybe they were in a previous LabVIEW release?
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