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  1. Hi Tim, I installed your task manager on 2 of my Windows 7 Pro 32-bit systems running LabVIEW 2016. It installed GPower at version 1.2.0.14 and NI smartBalloon at 2.0.0.2. If I update either of the packages, your task manager package icon changes to "missing dependencies". So I've downgrade the two support packages so your Task Manager will run. I also tried to install task manager on a Windows 7 Pro 64-bit system running the 32-bit version of LabVIEW 2016, but I get an error that the package is not compatible with the operating system. Aside for those areas, your Task Manager has been very, very helpful Thank you for creating it, Ron
  2. hello Shaun, I just checked my icon editor. While the "show terminals" is unchecked, I have the grid pattern for the terminals showing. If I check the box for "show terminals", the grid disappears and I can use the eraser as click-and-drag to remove several pixels at a time. HMMMMMMMMM.... another bug? Ron
  3. Hello PJM, I used to be able to click on the eraser function and then hold the mouse button down while dragging the pointer across areas I needed to erase. Now with v1.7, I have to click on each individual pixel to erase it. Could you return this function back to the click-and-drag method? Thanks, Ron
  4. Is there any way to download and install v1.7 manually? My VIPM seems content with the v1.6 and won't upgrade to the latest release. thanks, Ron
  5. In the traffic light example, I noticed there are coercion dots on the traffic light cluster when setting the states of red, yellow, green. Since the clusters are coming from the same type def, I don't understand why the dots are there. Is this a correctable condition or just a feature that won't be dinged if encountered during the test? Thanks, Ron
  6. Sorry, I gave up. I left the "Compiling History" running all night and it never completed. Since I had to move on to other projects, I wasn't able to try it again. Hopefully, I can in the next couple of weeks.
  7. Hello, I'm trying to install version 1.6 of the icon editor using the VIPM. I get to the point where a LabVIEW front panel and a window titled "Post Install.vi Front Panel" are open. The "Post Install..." window shows "Compiling Hierarchy. Please Wait". The status bar in VIPM shows "connecting to LabVIEW 2009 ..." and the progress bar is showing 100% full. These windows and messages have been in place for 35 minutes now. What happened? Yesterday, I had installed JKI right-click framework without a problem. My LabVIEW is 2009 Professional version 9.0f2, running on an XP SP3 machine with 512 MB of RAM and 20 GB of free space on the hard drive. I used Philippe's excellent icon editor on another machine and prefer that it is installed on my tech's computer instead LabVIEW's default version. Any help is greatly appreciated, Ron
  8. Hello i2dx, I downloaded your ADO-toolkit (version 1.7.0.b) but found that it doesn't work very well with your own examples. For instance, in example 2, I would get a "Exception occured in Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers" error. I had to add a decrement-by-1 into the For loop of case structure '2' in ADOTool_Select Data Simple.vi to fix that. In example 2 and 3, even though the select statement asks for all three fields, only the data from two would show up. In example 4 and 5, I'm getting another "Exception occured in Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers" but I don't have the time to troubleshoot further. Do you have a working version of your toolkit? Thanks, Ron I should add that I think your toolkit would be very handy. I should add that I think your toolkit would be very handy.
  9. QUOTE(siva @ Nov 2 2007, 07:01 PM) Hello Siva, I tried using your latest OCX (after copying it to my system32 directory and regsvr32'ing it) but your example VI no longer works. Labview complains that there are no methods available and that the refnum class is not fully defined.
  10. QUOTE(rolfk @ Nov 1 2007, 10:56 AM) I guess my excitement came from seeing what was installed by my Developer Suite: NI-IMAQ drivers, NI Vision Developer and Acquisition modules, Vision Builder for Automated Inspection and the Vision Builder for Automated Inspection Developer Kit ... seemingly coffee machine routines without the connection to a coffee machine. :headbang: Surely, there is someway to use these tools of great vision possibilities...
  11. QUOTE(rolfk @ Nov 1 2007, 05:05 AM) ...which would be disappointing if LV included coffee machine routines but no way to access a coffee machine except by spending much more money. QUOTE Honestly you can always expect anything and everything but I don't think that makes it a legitime expectation just by itself. I'm not expecting the world here. It's like buying the best DVD player in the world only to get it home and find out that it's buttonless and the remote is going to cost as much as the DVD player. Just a little vent of frustration...
  12. Hello Siva, I'm getting started with Labview 8.5 Developer's edition and was disappointed that we spent all that money without any functions to access Webcams. So I was excited to find your posting. However, using your ActiveX component must be for advanced Labview users because I haven't a clue on how to get started using your work. Do you have a sample VI that explains the functionality of your project? Thanks for your time and attention, Ron
  13. I needed to create upper and lower limits test based on our engineering spec. So I used the "Limit testing" VIs that came with my NI Developer system. Everything worked great when I created simulated data. The problem arose when I tried to use my real-time data with the upper and lower limits vi. I thought the problem was due to the engineering limits being on one scale and the realtime data on another. But resorting to "Limit Specs. for unevenly sampled data" didn't help. More than likely, it may be that I don't understand how to set this all up correctly since I've only been using Labview 8.5 for a month now. > I have upper and lower limits values for psi values of 10, 20, 30 ... 100 psi. > I read in 1000 samples as the pressure increases from 0 to 100 psi over the course of 5 seconds. > thus, I have three arrays: 10 lower limit values vs corresponding psi values, 10 upper limit values vs corresponding psi values, and 1000 readings vs corresponding psi values. Is the problem that one array is longer than the other two? I thought it would be an easy matter of one-to-one mapping of a Y value to a psi value on an X scale.
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