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I haven't seen this info elsewhere and I think it can be useful.

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Pattern code - Number of connectors

4800 - 1

4801 - 2

4802 - 3

4803 - 3

4804 - 4

4805 - 4

4806 - 4

4807 - 5

4808 - 5

4809 - 6

4810 - 6

4811 - 7

4812 - 8

4813 - 9

4814 - 10

4815 - 12

4816 - 6

4817 - 7

4818 - 8

4819 - 9

4820 - 10

4821 - 11

4822 - 9

4823 - 6

4824 - 7

4825 - 8

4826 - 10

4827 - 7

4828 - 8

4829 - 11

4830 - 4

4831 - 5

4832 - 6

4833 - 16

4834 - 20

4835 - 28

Number of connectors - Pattern codes

1 - 4800

2 - 4801

3 - 4802, 4803

4 - 4804, 4805, 4806, 4830

5 - 4807, 4808, 4831

6 - 4809, 4810, 4816, 4823, 4832

7 - 4811, 4817, 4824, 4827

8 - 4812, 4818, 4825, 4828

9 - 4813, 4819, 4822

10 - 4814, 4820, 4826

11 - 4821, 4829

12 - 4815

16 - 4833

20 - 4834

28 - 4835

Saludos,

Aitor

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And here's a link to one of my Weekly Nuggets on the NI Discussion Forums where I talk about customizing the connector pane of new VIs in LabVIEW 8.0 and later. It also includes a VI that returns the proper 4-digit connector pane ID given a specific pattern.

http://forums.ni.com/ni/board/message?boar...ssage.id=171666

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Of course, I should have known that just because I haven't see it, doesn't mean is not everywhere :-D.

What would be really great is a way to set a customised pattern in a VI, instead the predefined ones. For example, defining hot zones in a 32x32 square. As far as I know, only Xnodes can do that, but they are pretty complex for just something like that :-(

Saludos,

Aitor

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  • 2 weeks later...
Now, the connector order for each pattern (which one is the 0, the 1, etc) is pretty chaotic. Sometimes it starts from bottom-right, some from top-left... Is a mess when you are connecting dinamically created VIs :(

Saludos,

Aitor

I've also created vis that figure this numbering system out in the Subvi Fixer

Base on the position the index is placed in a cluster that represents the pattern.

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