Report G Interfaces for LabVIEW 2020 in Object-Oriented Programming Posted December 25, 2020 It’s a project window, not an arbitrary information pane window. And while we could make it an arbitrary info window, there are usability issues with that. VS doesn’t create a single window/pane with various modes. It has many panes that can be rearranged as different dockers or windows. As a project window, it should provide different views on the whole project, not one aspect of the project. It is software — we *can* do anything. But various UX reviews suggest this particular approach would be a less-than-ideal solution. Is the downside worth the gain? Our answer up to now has been, “No, don’t introduce a bad hack, just wait and do it right in NXG.” A variation that is in line with UI design expectations would be a splitter bar in the window that has the project pane above and the class pane below. The project pane would still have two views (virtual and files). Or a completely separate window. Or introducing a docking/undocking system. Any of those are things that would be more likely to fly. Do any of those appeal? Obviously a full docker pane system would take longer to develop.