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  1. Hi guys, I'm trying to programmatically update the names of five plots in a digital waveform graph. The plots are in a particular order which corresponds neatly withe the order in the legend as in the order under the "Plots" tab in the properties window. However when I try to update the Plot.Name property for each plot by stepping through the ActPlot property the order seems to be 1-2-3-4-0, i.e. when I try to change the name of ActPlot=0 it affects the last plot instead of the first. What gives? Is there any other indexing property instead of ActPlot I can use which LabVIEW uses to keep track of the plot order? I'm just updating an old vi so it would be nice if it could be solved without altering the waveform used as an input to the graph.
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