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  1. Yer, I like to ask all the big questions... The question was raised here (among other things, but I want to focus on installation directory only) and elsewhere on whether OpenG would be better suited in vi.lib as per the NI requirements for developing third-party APIs etc... Why is OpenG installed to user.lib? That's simple, it's a historical thing. Now due to changes, notably NI opening up vi.lib, things have changed. It also turns out user.lib is so 8.0's (ha! get it?) and vi.lib is now the preferred and more professional approach for installation of third-party APIs. I tested this in
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