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IT'S BROKEN. no, it isn't. YES IT IS. no, it isn't. YES IT IS. no, it isn't.

LV2013 SP1


The arrow is broken, and there's nothing wrong. Not wven a warning.




This post says to try CTL-click or CTL-SHIFT click on the RUN arrow - they didn't help.


Closing the VI tells me it needs to save 594 items (I backed up recently, so not to worry).


Re-opening the VI didn't change anything.


I quit LABVIEW and restarted - it's still broken, but now it complains about a wire with loose ends.


But the only reason it has loose ends is because it deleted two property nodes that were connected there.

Worse, it re-connected one property node to a different control !


Let's hope it was only one...


Steve Bird
Culverson Software - Elegant software that is a pleasure to use.


Blog for (mostly LabVIEW) programmers: Tips And Tricks

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TRY, open you code that is giving you touble, go to block diagram, CTRL-A to select all and copy all, and paste into a new VI.  Somehow magically fixes strange issue.





Matthew Fitzsimons

Certified LabVIEW Architect
LabVIEW 6.1 ... 2013, LVOOP, GOOP, TestStand, DAQ, and Vison
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Oh LabVIEW you silly thing you!


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