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I did a presentation at NIWeek 2013 on the new user event features in LabVIEW 2013. I will post a link here when it's ready for online consumption. For now, I'd like to start a discussion on what all the LAVA members think of the changes and additions. If you have questions on how one feature or another work, please post here and we'll get it answered. To summarize, here is what was changed, added: New - Event Inspector Window (you're gonna love this!) New - High Priority events New - Flush Event Queue Function New - VI Scripting methods and properties for events New - Mouse Scroll Wheel Event Improvements to the Edit Events Dialog: It's now resizable (Finally) You can filter search the list of event sources and events. For easy navigation. You can limit instances of the event in the static queue (Similar to Flush Queue function) [*]Finally, there was a behaviour change: Non-handled, dynamically registered events do not reset the Event structure timeout terminal. In LabVIEW 2012 and older: Non-handled, dynamically registered events reset the Event structure timeout terminal. Let's keep this positive. We all need to learn how to use these new features and how to integrate them within our frameworks. I know a lot of you are using user events as the main communication mechanism for your processes and modules. Let's figure out how to make our code better with all this new cool stuff.