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The Ctrl-Space Ctrl-R is pretty powerful. Witness this showcase of wizardry from LV:
Ctrl-Space Ctrl-R results in this:
No broken wires, even though there is still some useless stuff to remove.
Now, why can't I select the subVI I just removed and the two DVR functions and Ctrl-Space Ctrl-R them (obviously, that was the effect I was trying to get to eventually)?
As a matter of fact, I'd be happy if I could select the two remaining DVR functions (and their connecting wire) and Ctrl-Space Ctrl-R them as in:
But as of today, that's what we get:
Suggestion: When a set of selected objects has an unambiguous set of source wires and an unambiguously corresponding set of sink wires, Ctrl-Space Ctrl-R should be able to zap everything and reconnect the unambiguously corresponding wires.
As a corrolary, when there is ambiguity, do not do anything with the wires that cannot be reconnected. Leave them broken. Do not do extra cleaning!
For instance, in the following case:
If I Ctrl-Space Ctrl-R the selection, here is the result:
Note that the DVR wire is connected properly, but the enum constant is gone, even though I did not select it!