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  1. I have an application where the "second monitor" of the Windows computer is actually a projector, used in running a test. I display test patterns on this monitor, but the User can't see them. The problem I am having is ensuring that all dialog boxes, including error dialogs, show up on the primary screen always. But, intermittently, they start to show up on the projector. I cannot seem to discover how Windows/LabVIEW decides which monitor to show dialogs on. Does anyone know?
  2. View File UI Tools UI Tools v1.4.0 Copyright © 2009-2016, François Normandin All rights reserved. Author:François Normandin Contact Info: Contact via PM on www.lavag.org LabVIEW Versions: Created and tested with LabVIEW 2012 Dependencies: OpenG Application Control Library >= 4.1.0.7 OpenG Array Library >= 4.1.1.14 OpenG File Library >= 4.0.1.22 OpenG LabVIEW Data Library >= 4.2.0.21 OpenG String Library >= 4.1.0.12 LAVA Palette >= 1.0.0.1 Description: This package contains tools for d
  3. Version 1.4.1

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    UI Tools v1.4.0 Copyright © 2009-2016, François Normandin All rights reserved. Author:François Normandin Contact Info: Contact via PM on www.lavag.org LabVIEW Versions: Created and tested with LabVIEW 2012 Dependencies: OpenG Application Control Library >= 4.1.0.7 OpenG Array Library >= 4.1.1.14 OpenG File Library >= 4.0.1.22 OpenG LabVIEW Data Library >= 4.2.0.21 OpenG String Library >= 4.1.0.12 LAVA Palette >= 1.0.0.1 Description: This package contains tools for designing user interfaces. A first palette help
  4. Hi, I'm writing a LabVIEW application using the Actor Framework. This is the first time that I have used the framework and I need some advice regarding application architecture. My apologies if this is a basic question! How is a settings dialog box best implemented? In the past in non-Actor Framework applications I have loaded the configuration from a functional global variable, displayed the settings dialog, then written the updated settings back to the functional global. I'm not sure this would work correctly (or optimally) within the context of the Actor Framework, though. My a
  5. Hello forum LAVA-ites, I am attempting to write a Tools Menu item to slot into the IDE. The intent of this "Tools" VI is that it determines the application instance that launched it and dynamically run a VI in that application instance so that the launched VI can access VIs in that instance. This is basically a custom Unit Testing tool that looks for particular VIs in the project that houses the application instance. I was attempting to use the App.MenuLaunchApp property in this "Tools" VI so that I could wire up an Open VI Reference node with the right application instance and the nam
  6. Hi, I am facing a weird situation and would like to get your insights. My application is quite large (>1000 VIs). When I run it, an initialization phase takes place, and around 10 or 20 objects are created (LVOOP). Most of these objects start their engine using the Open VI Reference and then the Run method. If they encounter any warning during that phase, they enqueue a message to display, and a dedicated VI keeps checking this queue and opens a LV Dialog (with just a OK button) when it finds an element. The purpose is to allow the initialization phase to continue instead of waiting for
  7. Hi all, I'm somewhat new to Labview so excuse any ineptitude that may arise. I have a program that is centered around an array of Devices - they are various different object types that descend from an abstract Device class. I'm trying to make a VI that can call the correct method VI for a given device in this main list (in an object oriented way, of course). So far this has been fine for most VIs, but now I'm trying to make an overridden VI in each class that opens when called, like a dialog box. As of right now, calling the "Display Info.vi" (the VI in question) on a given device opens the Di
  8. I would like to see OpenG version of the default 1,2 and 3 button dialogs offered by LabVIEW with an optional timeout. The purpose of such dialog is that it informs the user and allows him to take some action. If the user does not respond in time a default action would be taken. The timeout should default to '-1' meaning a timeout would never occure, the time-out would be configured in seconds, and the default button would show 'button-name[xxx]' with xxx in seconds until that action will be taken. Any thoughts? I'll try to come up with some protypes tomorrow. (perhaps an express VI) Ton
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