Note: This plugin is included in LabVIEW 2018 and later. You only need to download and install it from here if you are using LabVIEW 2017 or previous.
Has this ever happened to you?
Great, my test failed, and now I need to probe every one of those wires until I find the one (or more) that is FALSE. One trick I've seen in the past is to replace the Compound Arithmetic with a Build Array then probe the Boolean array wire. But even then, you have to count the terminals to find the input that corresponds to whichever array elements are FALSE.
But now, we can use my new shortcut menu plug-in to automatically generate probes on all the Compound Arithmetic input wires, which makes it very easy to see which value(s) caused the test to fail (and double-clicking in the Probe Watch Window takes me right to the offending wire):
Since this functionality is useful at both edit-time and run-time, you should install this plug-in file into BOTH the edit-time and run-time directories.
Attachement is saved in LabVIEW 2015. For install instructions, go here.