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  1. Hi, I've known for a while that Tree and MC Listbox controls can embed the custom symbols that I set through the Set To Custom Symbol Array method inside the VIs that contains them. After compiling, the executable can skip that method and still remember the custom symbols. So I guess my exe has to be bigger because it contains the png files I use for every single Tree and MC Listbox control. However, I just "noticed" that and don't fully understand it. I know I need to save the VI after running that method in the sources, but then I don't know how to tell the control to forget the symbols I gave it. And I cannot find any documentation about this. Anybody here knowledgeable about this topic? Thank you
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