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  1. Hello The attached code will select all boolean from my VI and get the value of each one. Then build a array of boolean that will be used in another VI. My doubt is about the order of the boolean. In my example there four boolean: 1) "Home", 2) "Ensaio", 3) "Análise" and 4) "Configurações". How can I ensure the order of the boolean inside the array? I mean, if a user delete the boolean named "Ensaio" (2nd element of the array) and add another one, it will be the second element of the array or will be last one? Note 1: I'm using this code because the other users will add or remove boolean from the Front Panel, and I don't want them mess around with the block diagram. Note 2: Each boolean is customized, having different images each one.
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