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  1. This is a continuation of conversation from here https://lavag.org/topic/19163-vi-macros/?p=115771 So I decided to update ShaunR's VIM Event Demo with Xnodes. Its still rough around the edges, but I think it cleans up the diagram pretty well and adds some benefits to displaying relevant Event names in the Event Structures. For now I got totally rid of the "name in" input on the event / event register Xnode so you have to name all the constants or controls that go into the Xnode or it won't work. I could put the name in back in and make it so it would override, but I don't have time right now as I'm preparing for more important things...vacation. Take a look and tell me what you think. Hopefully I didnt leave out any VIs. Many thanks to hooovahh as I used his Variant Write repository Xnode as a starting point and have learned a bunch of stuff from his Xnodes. Xnode Event 2014.zip
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