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I have a VI with some Dialog Boxes and I implemented this VI to be cotrolled through internet.

My problem is that those popup messages are not loaded through internet and my VI stops running so I think to replace those dialog messages with a simple text indicator and two buttons, but to do this first I need to know if my VI is remotely controlled, is there a way to know that?

Thankyou

Javier Viniegra

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Right, can't do pop ups with remote panels. But why do you need to know if the remote panel has taken control?

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Right, can't do pop ups with remote panels. But why do you need to know if the remote panel has taken control?

I guess the thinking is to not show popups, when being controlled remotely, but only when in local control. But it would seem more logical to make the application generally such that popups are not required, or separate the UI for remote control from the UI for local control,

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You could have your VI send messages to a pop-up handler. That way, whether remote or local, its not dealing with the pop-ups itself. Then you would not need multiple versions of your VI

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FWIW, you can use popup's in remote panels. Just not system dialogs. If you implement your own popup dialog sub-VI it will also work for a remote panel.

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