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  1. Hello, When I delete virtual folder in me project this results in a LabVIEW crash. This happens in windows 10 and in windows 7, even if I have a project with only empty virtual folders and I start deleting them. Are there other people where this is happening too?
  2. bjustice

    LabVIEW 2017 What's new

    Hey guys! So, I've installed LabVIEW 2017 and I'm starting to play around with it. Malleable VIs are cool! (No more giant OpenG toolkits where there are 10 instances of the same VI for multiple datatypes.) Another cool thing that I've observed is that the example "sort 2D Array" function can support a scalar and an array input for index. Upon further digging, there appears to be an interesting disable structure that intelligently selects the upstream input that yields non-broken code. Does anyone have more information about this structure? Is this related to the experimental structure that Hooovah talked about in his Xnodes presentation at NI week? I'm just curious if this is stable... and if I can start using it... and it there is any documentation on it that would tell me how to use it.
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