I would like to accomplish the following:
Prompt user for Input - from a list of four choices, user selects one choice
All the other choices (all false) are disabled.
For instance, from the attached Screenshot:
if I select 2.4 mm male, then all the commands associated to the rest of the choices are disregarded.
Does anybody know how I can do that?
Thank you in advance,
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Instead of using a prompt, you could put the selections in a drop-down window such as an enum and feed that into one case structure. Or a ring if you needed to control the selections programmatically.
Can you quickly explain how to use the property nodes you used in your response?
I am recreating what you did step by step, I just put a property node on the block diagram.
How do i link it to one of the options (say 2.4 mm male)?
I don't see any wire coming into the refnum input of the ppty node of your example...
Thank you so much,
If you use the property node from the Application Control functions palette, you can right-click your control and create a reference. Wire this to the property node. Another way would be to create the property node from the fp by right-clicking the control>>create>>property node.
Also, from a Property Node or Invoke Node you can Right-Click -> Link to -> then choose a control or pane of the FP.