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  1. Hi, I got the order to make several measures with a DAQmx system. There are 8channels you can open and close those channels. After measure every signal should be shown in an different color for open and for close. For example you will measure channel 1 and 3. Open channel 1 should be get the color green and by close the color red, channel 3 should be blue for open and white for close. My major difficulty is that the signals shouldnt lose their colors even we are getting more measures. Like 10 open and close, and the first measure is still in the same color. So you have 10 times opened channel 1 and 3 there for u will see 10 green and 10 blue signals. Hope to get some help sincerely Daniel Edit:: i got an example. which works for the new signals. Plot_Color.vi
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