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  1. Here is the scenario: You have a heavily nested project and you are debugging your sub-VIs. You have pressed pause or you are stepping through one of them and you accidentally close your sub-VI. Meanwhile you have parallel loops and/or active processes going on. How do you find where you have paused? Breakpoints are easier to find because you can use the breakpoint manager. But I havent found a menu item that says "Show Pause Location" or something equivalent. Has anyone been frustrated by this before? Is there a simple answer or method that I have missed?
  2. I have a project where main VI is not protected. The main VI consists of several sub vi. Many vi are placed one in to other. I have to make sure all vis are unprotected. how can i know all vis are un protected? any shortcut method available instead of opening all vis block diagram one by one ?? thanks.
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