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its not hard to do with the events structure, but it seems like there is a better way to do it then what i did.  anybody got a better suggestion? LVversion7.0 

Hi Robert,

You can indeed simplify it a bit by combining all 'mouse enter' and 'mouse leave' events for the same cluster into one event case. Then you can check the 'Type' of event returned (enter or leave) and react accordingly.

This way you can get it down to six event cases.

Cheers,

Heiko

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Hi Robert,

You can indeed simplify it a bit by combining all 'mouse enter' and 'mouse leave' events for the same cluster into one event case. Then you can check the 'Type' of event returned (enter or leave) and react accordingly.

This way you can get it down to six event cases.

Cheers,

                  Heiko

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heiko,

yes, good idea :thumbup: . i like it. thanks for your response.

robert

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