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OK, has anyone ever seen this?

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That's right the default "Event" case is now "Selection Change" and when I open the Event Editor

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That's not right!

 

i've got a JING of the whole thing here

 

This is LabVIEW 2015 sp1f10.  And this just started today

Attempting to Edit an existing normal event structure pulls up the same "properties for events" list in the event case editor dialog.  Any suggestions?

 

If anypne knows where that lives on disc I'll just delete it and repair

 

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Did you mess with your LabVIEW.ini file again?  I think there is a key for adding "weird" events to the event structure.


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Watch the Jing- I tried deleting LabVIEW.ini. But no

C:\Program Files (x86)\National Instruments\LabVIEW 2015\vi.lib\event_ctls.llb\lvevent type .ctl is right

 

How that enum isn't being applied to the Event Names scares me a bit.

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If I remember right, this has been discussed recently. Trying to find the thread.


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@altenbach wrote:

If I remember right, this has been discussed recently. Trying to find the thread.

Yes, read this discussion. Same thing!


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@altenbach wrote:

@altenbach wrote:

If I remember right, this has been discussed recently. Trying to find the thread.

Yes, read this discussion. Same thing!


Thanks, I'm reaching out to learn more about "*.msi.... you know..."

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A Complete Repair including the patches and a reboot got me back up and running.  Thanks guys.

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You can't believe how good it feels to not be the only one with this problem. I had 2 different colleagues look at my problem and go: "You just need to select the right event..." "Oh, is that why all the events in your code are wrong?" *silence*

 

I'd still be interested in the cause of this, to solve it quicker than reinstalling.



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@PeterFoerster wrote:

You can't believe how good it feels to not be the only one with this problem. I had 2 different colleagues look at my problem and go: "You just need to select the right event..." "Oh, is that why all the events in your code are wrong?" *silence*

 

I'd still be interested in the cause of this, to solve it quicker than reinstalling.


Investigation in progress.... 

 

And yes, being able to point MY boss too this thread and the link was very comforting.   "It's been seen before and, solved" is a nice thing to be able to say.

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