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  1. Hi, I want to adjust the search paths in LabVIEW and i was wondering if I can add an entry to search the 'current project path' including subdirs. (a bit like teststand, current sequence path and subdirs) Reason: I have a few testsystems which run a teststand operator interface and a source distribution of my drivers (vi.lib, instr.lib and user.lib included) However... we have one system with teststand and labview development, for debug and test. If I build a project (teststand deployment) of my drivers, I get them in 1 folder structure. A projectfile with ALL subvi's needed vi.lib, instr.lib and user.lib included.... works on the testsytems BUT when I open this project in the dev env... the project has conflicts on Xnode support, picture to pixmap, Imagedata.ctl, .... I think that adding a search path in LabVIEW to search 'Current ProjectDir' including subdirs will solve my problem but I don't know the syntax for 'current project dir' don't even know if this is possible. Thanks for your reply. Wim
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