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  1. Granted that I could do this very thing with two single-stack charts of 3 traces each. I could do that... However... What I'd very much prefer is to have 1 chart with 2 stacks and 3 traces on each. So my question is...Can I do that? And if so, how can I do that? I'll tell you what this is for... I have a test stand measuring pressure and flow. I want to show the current value for each in a separate, vertically stacked plot, with also the current max and min limits as dotted red lines. The settings are progressive steps, each with a different max and min for both those values. I want the operator to not have to think, only just look at the cart, and to know in an instant if it is performing amiss. Also an aid to troubleshooting. Save me a lot of headaches and interruptions down the road.
  2. I just recently had a need for XY chart functionality in my application. The example NI has on its website was a little too simple, as I needed support for multiple curves. I've attached the VI and some examples, would love to hear any critiques you have. XYChart.zip
  3. Hello, I have one problem with delete one plot from the stack. Always when I turn off a buton(for example numer 1) I lost the last plot from the stack Is there any Chance to fix it? Example: Nr.Chart - Value 0 - 0 1 - 1 2 - 2 3 - 3 turn off buton 2nd, what stays? 0 - 0 1 - 1 2 - 2 thats so annoying... top-levelMOD.vi
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