The array thing may be a problem in the way the array size primitive interpets the array representation and I think this is a major bug (note that the number is an "extra dimension"). Someone really should check that in 8.
The tab thing doesn't always happen (although it does happen most of the times). In any case, I don't like the concept of checking on events only when a tab page is visible - I prefer having a single event structure for a loop and handle whatever needed logic inside. Obviously, when you do it like that it never gets stuck.
Alten, I see we're going to have a major race condition here.
Anyway, after seeing that example I decided not to post my own, but here it is anyway. Tell me if you still think this makes sense.
Tell me if you still think this makes sense.
Message Edited by altenbach on 03-15-200612:42 PM
Message Edité par JeanPierre le 03-15-2006 04:00 PM
LabVIEW, C'est LabVIEW
I got around to it again and now I do understand why the 2 empty elements are created - these are the 2 arrays which were put one "behind" the other to create the extra dimension, so yes, apparently no bugs. I hereby offer an official apology and promise to attempt not to use the B word unless I'm concentrated enough to actually really examine it.
I guess multiple dimensions is not really my thing. Maybe NI should add an Alternate Realities option instead? That would mean that in at least one reality LV would figure out exactly what you're trying to do even if you're not doing it right and do it for you. Then, all LV R&D need to do is find a way to detect that alternate reality and reproduce it. I'm sure that's much easier than chasing all those bugs.