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  1. Out of the box text in the icon editor looks awful. (See attached image, which is better looking than most.) (Yes, even with small fonts: https://forums.ni.com/t5/Linux-Users/Labview-Icons-under-GNOME/gpm-p/3379530.) Details: LabVIEW 2016 64-bit, CentOS 7 Linux OS We have tried many things to get this to work, to no avail. Does anyone have a solution?
  2. Hi, I would like to associate icons with file types that are handled by a LabVIEW built application. To do so, "defaultIcon" key has to take a value of executable path with parameter "resource ID". The question is how to build in more than one icon with executable? Examples of LabVIEW keys: -library: ..\LabVIEW.exe,-8 -llb: ..\LabVIEW.exe,-3 Is it even possible with app builder? Any workaround?
  3. Is there a way to programmatically get text from an existing vi's icon and programmatically enter text into a new vi icon?
  4. I just discovered by accident that if you copy a primitive VI (like add) then edit the icon of a VI and paste , you get the icon of the primitive? I am sure a lot of you already knew this, but I thought I would share, because it was a nice surprise to me. Now it will be easier to create new icons. Fab
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