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Provides support for NI data acquisition and signal conditioning devices.
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Provides support for NI GPIB controllers and NI embedded controllers with GPIB ports.
Currently you can only set symbols of a Multicolumn listbox on the first column. I think it would be pretty handy to put symbols in any cell on the MCLB.
i'd like it !!! a symbols Addict
There is already an hidden LabVIEW control allowing you to do that (check this thread on LAVA: http://lavag.org/topic/7002-multiple-glyphs-columns/).
I agree though that it would be nice if this was "officially" available.
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what about multicolumn listbox with drop down menu?
Even LAVA provides the workaround, could this feature be officially supported?
You can do a drop down from an MCL. It's the "run-time shortcut menu" create a custom one, using the menu palette....You can have a menu several levels deep.
A new version of this control was posted on LAVA to the previously linked thread which demonstrates how to use it nicely.
Still an official release would make me feel better about using this feature.
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Yup, had to create a 2D (blue) numeric array (like the string array) transpose it (interleave columns instead to rows) and pad it with blank data, as the final loop works per column and not per row. Tried per rows (Row : 0, Column : -2 -> [i]--[Row][->]) but symbols doesn't show. Possible bug ?
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