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So this was posted on the NI forums: https://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/Our-Commitment-to-LabVIEW-as-we-Expand-our-Software-Portfolio/td-p/4101878?profile.language=en  

The first time you mentioned this I thought it was a nice gesture, now I think you are just desperate for friends...or an alcoholic.  I'm down.

I don't really expect many new language features or UX improvements in LabVIEW just because they stop working on NXG. From what we know there are only a few knowledgeable people at NI who are int

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On 1/23/2021 at 11:14 AM, Rolf Kalbermatter said:

That was very lame of Indy!¬†ūüėÜ

It was but does give us some character development.  Showing the exhaustion on his face, and surrounded by dozens of people that might attack.  He kinda is like, nah I'm done I got other things to do. 

Also likely considered murder since it would be difficult to claim self defense.

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12 minutes ago, hooovahh said:

It was but does give us some character development.  Showing the exhaustion on his face, and surrounded by dozens of people that might attack.  He kinda is like, nah I'm done I got other things to do.

But  the real story:  Harrison Ford was sick and so the director just off-the-cuff said to just shoot the guy.  A big sword fight was originally planned, but instead we got one of the most iconic movie moments.

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9 minutes ago, crossrulz said:

But  the real story:  Harrison Ford was sick and so the director just off-the-cuff said to just shoot the guy.  A big sword fight was originally planned, but instead we got one of the most iconic movie moments.

I think this was mentioned in the video I linked to.  I was just thinking about how much work the stunt coordinator, and stunt men had training and planning for a thing that just never happened.  It probably happens a lot in the film industry but as someone in the digital world I tend to keep even the work that I never actually use.

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