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  1. jacobson's post in Create type def and then use it was marked as the answer   
    If you want to use the New VI Object VI to insert a custom control you need to feed it a valid path and set the Class input to GObject or a class it inherits from. I would be interested to know if there is a way around this but I think you will also need to save the .ctl (at least temporarily) so you have a valid path to reference.
     
    To explain the error you were getting, you were telling LabVIEW to put whatever was at the path "Control 1" into your new VI.  That isn't a valid path so LabVIEW just gave an error saying that it couldn't create that object.
     
    -Matt J

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