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In the same way that the setup, main, and cleanup can be expanded or collapsed, do the same for all of the flow control steps.
Have the steps expanded by default.
I think it would make it easier to study long sequences.
Duplicate: Organize sub-sequences in a sequence file more like file directory structure
How is organizing sequence files a duplicate of displaying flow control steps in a sequence using a tree structure?
I am talking about collapsing all of the steps inside of a for loop or an if statement. using the (-) or (+) signs to collapse or expand.
I did not see anything close to what I am talking about.
Sorry, I didn't read your description very well. It is actually a duplicate of this: Folding editor for control flow
Similar: Expandable Mode for Sequence Execution Display
yes that is the same thing. I didn't find it because I was searching for "tree"
It was suggested 8 years ago, so it doesn't seem to be likely to be implemented.
It would be really great if NI did. I found the other post first but since I use Teststand 2014 I wanted to make sure it hadn't been added since that post but I guess it hasn't. This is a feature that most IDEs for text based languages have and is expected by programmers. It would make writing sequences much easier.
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