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Font issue in icon editorReferring to comments in here, I'm looking for a solution to the font issue in the Icon Editor. Selecting different fonts does not seem to change the font in the Icon Editor, specifically in the Icon Text tab input. I've had no luck playing with the Tools=>Options=>Environment=>Linux=>Use pixel-based font sizes, it seems like whatever I select, the font won't change at all. This leads me to believe the issue is with the icon editor and the way it loads the fonts in Linux. I know that it works in Windows, but in Linux it seems as if the Icon Editor always defaults to a same font. It does change, but for the worse if I select any of the builtin(?) fonts, LabVIEW Application / LabVIEW Dialog / LabVIEW System - in the Icon Editor Properties. I've tried most of everything I found from internet plus then some. I've rebuilt the font cache, copied the small fonts .ttf file from windows etc. so I'm thinking the easy fixes are already exhausted. Environment: LabVIEW 2016 on OpenSUSE Leap 42.3. So, looking for help in LAVA forums for this.
User defined glyphs in icon editorTo create user defined glyphs in the icon editor the Windows documentation states the correct place for the .png files is under the \LabVIEW Data\Glyphs\. Using 32-bit LabVIEW 2016 with OpenSuse Leap 42.3 the location should IMHO be ~/natinst/LabVIEW Data/Glyphs but this does not seem to work. I have tested that the glyph files can be loaded from wherever, so the file format is correct, but I would like LabVIEW to load these to the Glyphs menu in Icon editor. Refresh does not help. I'm thinking the glyph files are probably in incorrect folder. Has anyone managed to accomplish this, and could you give me a hand with configuring this?
event structure localization issue on OpenSuse
Antoine Chalons posted a topic in Linux[cross-post] I'm starting to use LabVIEW 2020 Sp1 on OpenSuse 15 and the event structure editor - I mean the dialog to add / edit handled event - seems to have localization issues. Also, a difference from Windows LV, if a constant is connected to the timeout terminal, LV requires that you handle the timeout event... weird. Is it normal / known to have these "issues"?
Bare minimum Requirement For LabVIEW Application to Run on LinuxHello All, I am developing the application for Linux using LabVIEW For Linux under openSUSE 12.1 & 11.4 versions. My application would be a stand alone application running on the system. What I want to achieve is :- a). An application which would serve the tasks defined by user and will do that tasks continuously. Here this system with LabVIEW application will be acting as the Server. b). Another application which would act as user interface to client for configuring the tasks & this tasks will be sent to Server System as mentioned in point no. a. Here the LabVIEW application will be acting as User Interface Client. Now my Questions are:- 1. What is the bare minimum requirement by the LabVIEW application from the Linux OS to run the LabVIEW application without interface or X window in Linux or the LaBVIEW application in the console format in Linux. 2. What is the bare minimum requirement by the LabVIEW application from Linux OS to run the LabVIEW application with LabVIEW GUI interface. In above both system is not considered as for development, considered as only for deployment point of view. Development System will be different. Please give your valuable suggestions or help or guidance if anyone has done this before. Thanks & Regards. Nilesh