I have 2 quick questions but couldn't find it in the search, maybe I wasn't hitting the right keyword. Anyway.
1. How do I move the label "Interval" back to center and have it stays at center at all time?
2. Is there a way to programmically change the panel background color?
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point 2 is easy:
Open a reference of the panel, wire it to a property node and select "Color"...
Where do I find that option cuz I don't see it? I get an empty array too:
Could I please get a screen shot or vi saved as 8.6 from you? Screen shot is easier. Thanks
sorry, I just used LV7.1 to verify my suggestion.
Starting with LV8 you have to use the panes. The first pane will (most likely) be your panel and exhibits your color setting...
I did dugged through Pane too but couldn't locate BG Color setting anywhere. Decos was only place that lets me set BG color but it keeps returning null array so I wasn't able to set it. I'm sure it must be hiding somewhere, where could it be...
panels/panes don't have a BG color - they only have a "color" property. Can you tell me the difference of foreground and background for the pane(l)?
If you right click on the scrollbar of the Front Panel you can Right-Click->Create Property Node->Pane Color. You will get a single property node nicely linked to the proper pane.
Okay #2 was answered. Thanks, Darin.
So how about my question #1, is there a way to move "interval" back to center without creating a new graph? I kept running into this problem so creating new graph everytime isn't a good practice. There has got to be a way to prevent LV from doing that.
If you want to keep that label centered you can use the following: