12-12-2017 07:51 AM
I am getting thoroughly sick of the Labview icon editor. Does anyone have a nice workflow for using something like Photoshop or Affinity Designer to design icons?
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12-12-2017 07:57 AM - edited 12-12-2017 07:57 AM
12-12-2017 08:33 AM
12-12-2017 09:13 AM
12-12-2017 04:03 PM
You think this editor sucks? You should try the classic icon editor. No layers, no glyph library, no transparency on layers, no terminal view, and a bunch of other things. Back then there was a couple 3rd party icon editor for LabVIEW, like this one, or this one. In general these editors will have similar functionality to the editor you are familiar with. The newer editor (the one you are using) is also partially open source and you might be able to find the LabVIEW source and add any functionality you want. Just be sure and back up the source first. But I agree that at times it is easier to bring in an icon from something external, and pasting or importing works well enough.
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12-19-2017 03:12 AM
I often drop a stash of icons from fatcow, http://www.fatcow.com/free-icons , in the glyph folder (~\Documents\LabVIEW Data\Glyphs), I then delete the bin file in this folder, while LabVIEW is closed. This causes LabVIEW to re-index all of the icons in the LabVIEW Data folder allowing one to have a bunch of icons that are searchable. They are the perfect size too, 32 and 16.Cheers,mcduff
Wow! Thanks for that. Brilliant solution.