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I am a user of Measurement Studio Enterprise 2013 for Visual Studio (VS) 2012.
I wonder when the next version of Measurement Studio will be available to support Visual Studio 2013.
There are a lot of errors in VS 2013 when I run Measurement Studio 2013 since it is not designed to support VS 2013 yet.
If you have schedule for next version of Measurement Studio to support VS 2013, please, share the schedule.
Changes to the release cycle of Measurement Studio were announced earlier this year, and the next release will be Measurement Studio 2015. I am not aware of any exact dates, but you can read more about this at the link below:
Announcing Changes to the Measurement Studio Release Cycle: https://decibel.ni.com/content/groups/measurement-
Provide a method to remove a channel from a task. As far as I know, there are no ways to do this and in order to do it, I have to dispose of the task and create a new one with the new channels in it. For what I am trying to do in my application, this way of doing it really throws a wrench into what I'm trying to do and the coding behind it. In other words, a whole lot more coding and maybe even re-design of my application and UI simply because there are no methods to simply remove a channel from a task.
This question was brought up once before in this forum (can a channel be removed from a task?) and from the date, it was back in '07.
The best place to provide feedback like this is on the NI Idea Exchange. R&D looks at incorporating the best ideas into future versions of the product. You can post an idea or add your opinion on an existing one at ni.com/ideas.