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  1. Hello, I am experiencing some problems with the time scale of a Waveform chart. I am using LabVIEW 2012 SP1 on a Win7 PC. The vi here attached updates the waveform every second and shows on the Y scale the seconds passed (modulo 60). The graph seems to flow more quickly as the X scale. After 4 minutes and 35 seconds the graphs is shown full, but the X scale is 5 minutes. What is going wrong here? Is there a problem with the code? An additional question is why the difference of the current time - initial time gives: 1 hour, 4 minutes and 35 seconds while it should be onl
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