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Proposal: Remove and Rewire should also remove free labels

I often drag a box around a section of code including multiple nodes, constants, tunnels, etc...and press Ctrl-Space, Ctrl-R, intending to remove all of the selected code, and preserve as many pass-through wires as possible from the selection.

 

A lot of times that selection includes free labels, and that's because I consider the free labels part of the code I'm removing. But Ctrl-Space, Ctrl-R currently doesn't remove free labels that are in the selection...I have to go back and select them (again) and press Delete.

 

I think Ctrl-Space, Ctrl-R should remove *everything* in the selection, including free labels, before attempting to rewire. What do y'all think?

DNatt, LV R&D
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Re: Proposal: Remove and Rewire should also remove free labels

100% agree!


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Also in favor.


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Great, in favour.

 

Hemant

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Thanks for the quick feedback, y'all. I've filed CAR 658911 to implement this change in a future LabVIEW release.

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