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Hi billko

 

If I understand the issue correctly, you can try to turn it off from Tools>>Options...>>Front Panel>>Front Panel Grid section and turn off the "Enable panel grid alignment. Screenshot attached.

 

Regards,

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@billko wrote:

I know this was first implemented in LV 2016.  I also know there was a way to turn it off.  I just can't remember how.


Are you referring to 'LiveDrag=False' ?

see: https://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/Labview-2016-new-improvments-to-selecting-moving-and-resizing/m-p/3...

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Hi Uli, 

 

I think that might be the one!  

 

Thanks!

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@UliB wrote:

@billko wrote:

I know this was first implemented in LV 2016.  I also know there was a way to turn it off.  I just can't remember how.


Are you referring to 'LiveDrag=False' ?

see: https://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/Labview-2016-new-improvments-to-selecting-moving-and-resizing/m-p/3...


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@Hamlet23 wrote:

Hi billko

 

If I understand the issue correctly, you can try to turn it off from Tools>>Options...>>Front Panel>>Front Panel Grid section and turn off the "Enable panel grid alignment. Screenshot attached.

 

Regards,


I'm sorry, but that's not what I'm looking for.  I understand that I have not given you enough information to work with, so I'm not faulting you.  🙂

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