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Hello, I am using a "log-in" system and I want do disable some controls. To do that I'm using the property node "Disable". The problem is that I have a lot of controls to disable, is not possible to create a "property node" for a group of control or other objects?

Thanks in advance.

Regards.

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QUOTE (Xrockyman @ Jul 11 2008, 01:25 PM)

Hello, I am using a "log-in" system and I want do disable some controls. To do that I'm using the property node "Disable". The problem is that I have a lot of controls to disable, is not possible to create a "property node" for a group of control or other objects?

Thanks in advance.

Not that I know. There's a private property to retrieve the references of a group of objects, but is unsupported. Usually there are simpler solutions. For example, to have your controls in tabs, so just disabling the tab disables all its objects. Or to have an invisible control on top of the other controls you wan to disable: make it visible and it will block everything behind.

Saludos,

Aitor

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QUOTE (normandinf @ Jul 11 2008, 01:47 PM)

Thanks for your quick answer ! :)

Building an array is the quickest and simple solution :)

Thanks ans nice weekend for you all :)

QUOTE (Xrockyman @ Jul 11 2008, 02:31 PM)

Thanks for your quick answer !
:)

Building an array is the quickest and simple solution
:)

Thanks ans nice weekend for you all
:)

I wanted to say "Thanks and a nice weekend for you all"... my wonderful English... :)

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The VI Kelly posted works with control labels. Personally, I find that a potential for bugs and prefer the method Norman used. You can find a quick example here showing how you can move this to a subVI and use different groups and other options.

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