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Hey there,

 

I have tried to adapt the downloadable VI Easy Multicolumn Listbox, so that it could detect if one cell have been changed. The problem is that it writes everytime one value to much in my listbox. Here is my and a picture of the problem.

 

before you want to redo:

before.PNG

 

when you go back with radiobutton and want to change 6.3.2 from NA to No

 

after.PNG

 

 

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Hi Xeno1987,

 

i am not able to run the vi you attached...

 

Could you also explain what you added to the existing vi and explain more specific what you are trying to implement?

 

Regards!

 

 

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Hi Xeno,

 

you are talking about this community example?

Community: Easy multicolumn listbox.vi - National Instruments

https://decibel.ni.com/content/docs/DOC-13801

 

Using this example as a base for your development you would have to create a new Case in the listbox.vi for editing a row.

In this new case you have to create you would handle the data. Regarding what row is selected and what data you want to add.

Do you want to edit the data in the listbox itself?

 

Best wishes

Dennis

Staff Technical Support Engineer, NI Germany


Certified LabVIEW Developer & TestStand Architect

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Hi Dennis,

   I'm trying to access the Easy Multicolumn Listbox.vi example through the link in your post, but I get an "access denied" message when the page opens.  Is this example still available somewhere?

Thanks,
Jim 

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Hi,

 

unfortunately this post is outdated and was archived.

Dennis

Staff Technical Support Engineer, NI Germany


Certified LabVIEW Developer & TestStand Architect

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 Roger that, the post is archived, but is the Easy Multicolumn Listbox example for LabVIEW available anywhere else? 

Thanks,
Jim

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