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File drag and drop with Labview 7 and Mac OS X Tiger?



@rmp wrote:
Thanks JLS,

Yes, I got the Apple Bug Report # and requested status from Apple.

Apple is still investigating the issue.... that's about all they would commit to.

I'm assuming that NI is not able to/interested in propagating the LV 8 fix to LV 7... do you know if it's been considered?

BTW, thanks for being so diligent in scanning these forums, and supplying feedback... I am constantly impressed with NI's view on customer support (I should add that Apple also responded in very short order to my request for info).


Once a new version of LabVIEW is released you really have to be a multi-thousend LabVIEW development seats site to get NI to backport a certain fix to an older LabVIEW version. So basically no, chances that this would happen are about as big as that the earth ceases to exist tomorrow.

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Now that I think through the process.... yes, that makes sense... why would NI release a LV 7.2 if they've released LV 8.

I guess it's still possible that Apple could release a 10.4.7 with a fix that would affect LV 7.x

Thanks for the "calibration"...
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@rmp wrote:

I guess it's still possible that Apple could release a 10.4.7 with a fix that would affect LV 7.x

Thanks for the "calibration"...


Not really being sure what the "bug" is that cause this I can't say much. It could be also that it is a documented change in behaviour somewhere for whatever reasons and then a fix is unlikely. Also not sure how important that is to Apple as long as not about every application under Mac OS X is affected. LabVIEW is to Apple probably as important as is Apple to NI which in comparison to 10 years ago and earlier is not so much.

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