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Everything posted by jcarmody

  1. I can confirm that uninstalling the later RTE resolved my problem (as did recompiling with that switch deselected). I can also say that I've told NI in the context of my currently-open-but-about-to-be-closed Service Request. If you worked with me, drjdpowell, I'd get you a cash award large enough for a nice dinner for two (or more). Here I can only say thank you. Thank you very much. Jim
  2. I've posted this on NI's forum, but the Machine Vision group isn't particularly active. - https://forums.ni.com/t5/Machine-Vision/IMAQ-image-indicator-is-black-now/m-p/4137840#M53508 We've been running a version of a machine-vision/control software since 2012, with the latest revision being LabVIEW 2018 released a year ago. It uses two analog cameras and some digital IO, and the cameras stopped displaying the image on Friday. I can snap/grab images in MAX, but not with the LabVIEW software (or an executable built on just the image-grabbing part of the larger code.) I made a smaller progra
  3. I particularly like that the Magic Delay Fairy QD Plug-in is prominently displayed, only one click from the home page.
  4. I don't believe that your intention is to loop through all of the hard-coded PINs twelve times. Remove that constant to the For loop and let the tunnel from your array of PINs auto-index. I'm confused about how you've got a 1-D array of Booleans being indexed into a 2-D array, but your Front Diagram indicator looks like only 1-D. Surely my eyes aren't so bad that I can't see that green wire getting bigger outside the loop...
  5. I had experienced the same (similar) thing, but I just got a new computer and the issue appears to have gone away.
  6. There's an entire forum dedicated to this discussion here - https://forums.ni.com/t5/Certification/bd-p/Certification Good luck!
  7. I think it was in the early '90s that I took a Fortran class. People only a year ahead of me had used punch-cards; I'm glad I missed that boat.
  8. That brings me back to my time learning BASIC programming on my VIC-20 (in the early 80s).
  9. We use the JKI State Machine, but have begun adding DQMHs. My last project launches up to twelve of them; my current project launches one or two. Both depend upon the number of pieces being tested (and were written by my CLA-colleague). I wanted to use JKI SMOs, but was given DQMH (and am happy about that, too).
  10. There's an OpenG vi that does that - "Number to Proper English Text.vi". You can download here - http://sine.ni.com/nips/cds/view/p/lang/en/nid/209027
  11. I listened to both of them this morning. I enjoyed the content and format, and look forward to more episodes.
  12. I found this while browsing Twitter - https://anchor.fm/quickdrop-podcast Anybody know who Jonathan Hobson is? Is he (are you) on the fora? Good luck! https://quickdroppodcast.wordpress.com
  13. Kidde Aerospace, part of United Technologies Aerospace Systems, has an opening for a really good LabVIEW/CVI engineer. You'll find all the information about it on the UTAS site. I'll put in a good word for you if you're well-known on these fora.
  14. I've had trouble on new installations where I've needed to install the Microsoft Database Engine to get my LabVIEW programs to work. This was only on PCs without MS Office, but I thought it was worth mentioning.
  15. https://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/ADO-Error-0x00000001-Argument-error-The-table-name-given-is/m-p/3712255#M1044410 Answered.
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