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Unexpected mouse cursor on picture indicator - BUG ?

Hello All,

 

I noticed a strange behavior when moving the mouse cursor over a picture indicator in a running VI. The expected cursor symbol would be the hand, but it is the cursor symbol of the last tool used in the icon editor. I suppose, this is not occurring in the runtime engine, so it's no problem with the customer, but it's not nice.

Working with LV2010, Win7, 32 bit.

 

Greets, Dave
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Hello Dave,

 

I am an Applications Engineer from National Instruments UK.

 

Thank you for this post. Wouldn you be able to send me the code that this happened in and/or the steps to reproduce this problem so that I am able to check whether this is a problem with LabVIEW itself? I would be very grateful for this.

 

Thank you again.

 

David B
Applications Engineer
National Instruments UK
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Same here (LV2010 SP1). It's kind of funny to have a pipette cursor on the picture indicator, but definitely not expected behavior.

Bug is not present in LV8.5 (old icon editor).

 

@David: what more information than given in dave's post do you need to reproduce this issue? Have you tried?

 

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Hello Dan,

 

I have tried to replicate the issue but haven't found the same occurence so I was wondering if there was something that I had missed or something else that was not included in the original message. I am using LV2011 so it is possible that the problem has been resolved but it would still be nice to check.

 

Regards

David B
Applications Engineer
National Instruments UK
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Hallo David,

 

I made this VI to illustrate the problem. Attached are screenshots.

 

Mouse 1.png

 

Mouse 2.png

 

Mouse 3.png

 

Greets, Dave
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Hello Dave,

 

Having found your report to be true, I have reported it as a Corrective Action Request (CAR) which is how we report bugs internally. Thanks you very much for this post, it has been both helpful and interesting.

 

Regards

David B
Applications Engineer
National Instruments UK
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Thank You, David

Greets, Dave
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