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  1. Hi, I'm new in Labview. I work as an intern. I have a formula for fitting a spectrum. The left side of the spectrum is higher than the right side. There's a background on the left side.I need to lower the level of the left side to the right by applying this formula. It should be a Gaussian curve. I need help. Who can help me?
  2. Hi everyone, I would like to program some little extra functionality to the Blockdiagram Editor. In detail I want to write a tool, that allows me to drag a node over a wire and then automatically inserts it to the wire if it fits (e.g. drag a subVI into an error-wire). I guess I know/can figure out how to write that functionality using VI scripting, but I'm not sure how to implement it to run whenever I edit a VI. My first approach is to write a simple scripting-VI, that I will run whenever I need the functionality (or just place the exe in autostart). This VI will obtain the reference to the currently active blockdiagram and then uses scripting to move the node into the wire, whenever I drag a node. But this seems very inefficient, though I know that controlling a drag-operation via VI-Server is inefficient anyway. My basic question is: Is there a way in LabVIEW to implement LabVIEW-Written functionality to the whole editor? So I don't want to activate anything via Right-Click- or Quickdrop-Plugins. It should be a background VI running constantly, or maybe a solution using internal LabVIEW-Events such as starting a drag-operation on the blockdiagram. It would be great, if anyone can give me hints or maybe even examples for how to solve this. I would be happy about any different ways on implementing the functionality from my first sentence, but basically its not about the functionality itself and more about curiosity on if there is a way to solve it all using LabVIEW. Maybe I want to write different tools as well then. Thanks for any replies in advance!! Best, Jan
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