I have a problem when I am trying to plot a 2d array in a chart with stacking plots. The LV crashes (the 2010 just disappears, 8.6 is saying that there is a problem...) . I get this problem on two different computers with all versions I have LV 7.1, 8.6 and LV 2010. Please find attached here a demo vi showing the problem (one for LV 8.6 and the same in LV 2010).
Run the vi, then select stacking plot, expand the Legends and try to write a name for the new Y scale (then please tell me what is going on).
I don't understand what happen on your computer because I downloaded your vi (LV2010) and I followed the steps and I could change all the Y scale and all the others properties.
Could you try to run the different steps on a computer where only LabVIEW 2010 or LabVIEW 8.6 is installed?
I figure that this must be related to my computers (XP, both of them, or maybe with the language ?; french) otherwise all the people would complain about this (it is very annoying for me !).
I will check this on an old computer and let you know !
Thanks for the answer.
If you prefer, you can speak in french. I'm a french Application Engineer.
it's not that i need to speak in french, my computers are in french and this might have been the source of a bizarre character bug which I described here and to which the only solution was to upgrade. I am wondering if the OS is the source of the problem I encounter now... I systematically crash all version of LV I have, when trying to add a Legend on a chart with a 2D plot.
The OS of my computer is in French to and I don't have any issue to add a Legend on a chart with a 2D plot. I think it's not because of the OS. Please try to install only one version of LV on your computer.