LabVIEW

cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

what is this?

Highlighted

Thank you very much!

Message 11 of 29
(721 Views)
Highlighted

@SteveChandler wrote:

aeastet, what do you use to get those screenshots? The only program I know of is Jing but it requires an account. Is there something else that does not?


I use Greenshot.  No need to edit a full screen capture.

 

pic.png

Jim
You're entirely bonkers. But I'll tell you a secret. All the best people are. ~ Alice
For he does not know what will happen; So who can tell him when it will occur? Eccl. 8:7

Message 12 of 29
(703 Views)
Highlighted

No problem


@j49sun wrote:

Thank you very much!


 

"Should be" isn't "Is" -Jay
0 Kudos
Message 13 of 29
(694 Views)
Highlighted

Thanks. I will give Greenshot a.... shot. What I like about Jing is that it can do video capture. Apparently Greenshot does not. Does anyone know of something free that can capture video? I hope nobody minds me hijacking this thread since the question was answered. Smiley Very Happy

=====================
LabVIEW 2012


0 Kudos
Message 14 of 29
(687 Views)
Highlighted

hey sorry to bother you again, but what if I want to stop during an iteration? I tried making a local variable but that will still have to wait until all codes are ran.

0 Kudos
Message 15 of 29
(683 Views)
Highlighted

You would need a different archetecture since loops MUST have an integer number of iterations.  

 

It is likely that your code can be reworked into a better design pattern that would be able to "abort" an "active cycle".  but we need to know more specifics and see what you have to start from.  Upload your code so far.

 

Steve- probably time to start a new thread the OP is back and looking for a better solution

"Should be" isn't "Is" -Jay
0 Kudos
Message 16 of 29
(678 Views)
Highlighted

@SteveChandler wrote:

Does anyone know of something free that can capture video?


Jing may require an account, but it is free. And you can upload the videos to Screencast directly from inside Jing.


___________________
Try to take over the world!
0 Kudos
Message 17 of 29
(642 Views)

dont worry about the outest sequence structure. and stop accumulation is my stop button.

0 Kudos
Message 18 of 29
(613 Views)
Highlighted

Your use of sequence structures is an incredibly bad design choice. You simply cannot exit a sequence early. Each and every frame must execute. That is just one of the reasons that using a stacked sequence structure is not recomended. Look at the examples for state machines. It will require a bit of rework but you will be better off in the long run.

 

p.s. You also have a lot of local variables. Look into eliminating those as well.

Message 19 of 29
(601 Views)
Highlighted

Dittos - 

I suspected that the desing pattern choice was at fault and bang- there it is.  A classic case for the argument in favor of a standard state machine over the dreaded stacked sequence structure.  Luckilly the project doesn't look too intimidating to refactor. 

 

One quick tip- if you add a queue with the case selector type def as one of its data elements and any data you want displayed to the user you can avoid almost all Locals by having an "Update FP case"Smiley Wink

"Should be" isn't "Is" -Jay
0 Kudos
Message 20 of 29
(589 Views)