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  1. Version 1.0.0

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    Test stand had a touch screen. User wanted radio buttons instead of a pull-down menu. Wanted tests to run on pressing the button and pass/fail indication thereof. So I did that for him. Here is the stand-alone proof-of-concept that I worked up for it. Arrays are used so Boolean texts can change to suit different models of unit under test. If a Boolean text is blank, then that button will go invisible meanwhile, there being as many (up to 7) or as few (down to one) as may need be. I should mention, in case it's not obvious, that when in actual use, the three arrays are hidden inside of a sub-VI and not (as shown here) visible to users as part of the front panel.
  2. View File Example Custom Radio Buttons Test stand had a touch screen. User wanted radio buttons instead of a pull-down menu. Wanted tests to run on pressing the button and pass/fail indication thereof. So I did that for him. Here is the stand-alone proof-of-concept that I worked up for it. Arrays are used so Boolean texts can change to suit different models of unit under test. If a Boolean text is blank, then that button will go invisible meanwhile, there being as many (up to 7) or as few (down to one) as may need be. I should mention, in case it's not obvious, that when in actual use, the three arrays are hidden inside of a sub-VI and not (as shown here) visible to users as part of the front panel. Submitter Gan Uesli Starling Submitted 02/24/2017 Category *Uncertified* LabVIEW Version  
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