I have noticed a nuance when attempting to add signals onto a mixed signal graph while using a shift register collection syste,. Attached is a VI that when run once generates 5 sine waves and puts them on a mixed sig graph. When you run it a second time, since the shift register was not initialized, the graph creates new names for the next 5 sigs added to the graph. Is there a better way to do this?
Thanks but working with waveform data and graphs does not fix this issue. Since I am merely trying to give the user a means to add more waveforms to an existing graph from more files to be selected, I do not initialize the shift register. Clearing Mixed signal graphs have many SRs writen on them due to that problem which may be related to this one somehow.
I made a VI very similar to the one you posted that is correctly ( or at least as expected) changing the name of each plot. I believe that when you use high level VIs or functions you have less programming flexibility.
Hope this helps.