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  1. Same here. It locked the whole OS for some reason when I start NXG.
  2. And when can we add G code extension to NXG's IDE? I'll move over when I get GDS running there 😉
  3. I would use Active objects. Using the OpenGDS tool I created this in no time, see attached project. ActiveObjects.zip
  4. We use 5000-5999 for project/application specific Error codes, and then different ranges for other common components. But for an instrument drivers, we might use one of the existing LV-error codes, and for that we use a small tool to find a good error code. ErrorCodes.vi
  5. Company made version, based on Ref-based OO and active objects.
  6. I remember that I had to change my code using the "cmd /c" when changing over to Win10 from Win7. Before I didn't have the "working directory" wired instead I specified the full path in the command. e.g. cmd /c "c:\Temp\file.bat" Are you running WIn10?
  7. There is a brown/private property node that can suppress all dialogs. If you don't have access to this property node, you can find a sub VI that does this for you here.
  8. Yes you can...if you did build the exe file with debugging on.
  9. Thanks guys, yes the option: "2018 SP1 Patch" is indeed the f4 patch
  10. Where did patch LV2018SP1 f4 go? http://www.ni.com/product-documentation/55001/en/ I could download the f4 patch using these URLs (just by taking the f3 patch and rename the url): http://download.ni.com/support/softlib/labview/labview_development_system/2018 SP1/Patches/f4/LV2018SP1_f4Patch-64.exe http://download.ni.com/support/softlib/labview/labview_development_system/2018 SP1/Patches/f4/LV2018SP1_f4Patch.exe But there is no official download link on NIs webpage, and I can't find it in NI Package Manager, but I'm sure it was available there a few days ago. Does anyone know?
  11. I would create a Clone method in the class. If you inherit any classes you need to also use the: "Call Parent Method", so the parent classes attribute will be clones as well.
  12. Hi Yes start with the Projected Provider documentation and the look through examples (e.g. the OpenGDS). I started in LV8.2, and lots of the issues I had, have probably been fixed since then. But one thing to remember is that it doesn’t (or at least didn’t) like to do things in parallel. E.g. if you add an item to the project tree (e.g. a new class), then that could trigger some other project provider calls (e.g. a new item added to the project window), so I had to add a small wait after those functions. If I didn’t do that LV could crash from time to time, that’s why yo
  13. Is this what you are doing? SubPanel_Main.zip
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