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  1. Thank you for your quick response. I do not have access to my cDAQ system right now. I will have to let you know how it works later. I really like the messenger library you have developed and I am just learning about it's full potential. Thanks for your work on this.
  2. Your instructional videos on the Actor to Actor communication are very informative. However, I had trouble when I tried to modify the examples to utilize your TCP messengers such as would be required for a remote cDAQ/cRIO system. Do you have any examples of this nature?
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    Hidden Diagram Items

    Thanks for all of the suggestions. The final solution was a combination of the suggestions from Samapico and Asbo. I used the Find dialog to select the hidden label and then scrolled around the block diagram to find the associated constant. I then deleted it and recreated the constants as needed. Don't you just love trying to clean up old legacy code Thanks Guys, Jim C.
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    Hidden Diagram Items

    After looking at this a bit more. It appears that the hidden items are labels for Items that have somehow been moved away from the terminal/nodes to which they are linked. As I said, this is legacy code I am working with so it could have been there for a long time. I tried the "clean up" feature after backing up the code. The labels were still hidden after the cleanup. I'm not sure what is the next step to try. Jim C.
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    Hidden Diagram Items

    Thanks Ton for the quick reply. I have been reluctant to try the "clean up" feature since this is old legacy code that is real messy. If I use the clean up I might not be able to unscramble it after the clean up. Does the clean up feature work only on a selected section of a diagram? Jim C.
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    Hidden Diagram Items

    I am trying to find a way to remove a hidden string constant from my block diagram. The find window shows the following three locations. 4 XXXX WT.vi - Diagram, String Constant, Label (Hidden ) 6 XXXX WT.vi - Diagram, String Constant, Label (Hidden ) 7 XXXX WT.vi - Diagram, String Constant, Label (Hidden ) Clicking on each of the above lines in the find window shows the hidden location but it does not leave the item selected so I can move it to a visible location. Attempt to delete the items have been unsuccessful. I also tried to replace them with a NULL item but that also does not seem to work. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks, Jim C
  7. I am in the process of converting an old test application that uses Legacy NI-DAQ driver function in LabVIEW to use an equivalent set of DAQmx driver functions. The app uses a PCI-6024E card and synchronizes the AI and AO calls with hard ware signals. It also uses the old DAQ-occurances to time the AI read and AO write functions. I'm not sure what the DAQmx equivalent of the old DAQ-occurance functions are. I have posted on the NI forums showing BD segments for the main DAQ VI. [cross post --- http://forums.ni.com/t5/Multifunction-DAQ/Update-Legacy-DAQ-sync-d-AI-AO-to-DAQmx-equivalent/td-p/1314635] Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Jim C
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    [LVTN] Code Capture Tool

    Thanks for the reply. The VI in question is a subVI of a password protected higher level VI. Other that removing the password protection, is there a way to access the BD of the subVI with the code_capture tool? Jim Cardinal
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    [LVTN] Code Capture Tool

    I have just installed the code capture tool opg package in LV8.5.1 and I am having a problem getting it to capture a selected case in the block diagram of a particular VI. Here is a screen capture of the code-capture front panel. Notice that the Block Diagram options are disabled (grayed out). I am able to get the block diagram selection to work with other higher level VI in this project. Thanks in advance for any help you can provide Jim Cardinal
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    Problem with Table method Set Cell Value

    Thanks Mikael. That is exactly what I was looking for. I knew I was overlooking something basic. Sometimes you just get a mental blank on these things :headbang: . Again thanks very much Jim C.
  11. I am attempting to insert a table update value in the cell selected by a mouse-up event using the Table method "Set Cell Value". It does not seem to be working as I expected. See the attached test VI for the test code for this operation. Can someone tell me what I am doing wrong. Thanks for any help you can provide.
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