You can put the subVI on the diagram, and select subVI setup, there, check "open front panel when called" and "close if originally closed". If you implement a while loop in the subVI, when you call it it will execute until you hit the button, and then dissapear. About the full screen graph, once you enter parameters, you can wire them to your graph subVI and at VI setup check "size to screen" option. Hope this helps
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To do this, right click on the vi icon in the vi front panel view, select VI Setup and then Execution Options. Select the Show Front Panel When Called and Close Afterwards if Originally Closed. This will cause the sub-vi front panel to appear when it starts to execute and then close when the sub-vi completes execution (ie. after the "enter" button was pressed)
Ken Trudgeon Pblue wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org... > > I would like to open a sub vi that allows users to input parameters and once > they hit an enter button to have the front panel dissapear so that there > is a full screen graph. > How is this done?