Thanks Oliver! That seems to have done it. Mass compile resulted in no bad vis and I am able to insert resizable array.
Glad to see your issue fixed.
I'm still not understanding how the problem occured. If someone else experience this issue please post a message on this thread.
Have a good day and enjoy the use of our probes.
Hi Olivier (got the spelling right this time )
This is just a thought, but in past months I have had some issues with Labview crashes and not not-responding behavior. When the not-responding behavior occurs, I am left with no other option than to force-close Labview with task manager. I have been told that crashes and force-closing may leave some vis and even Labview itself corrupted.
I had the same problem. Your answer fixed my install also. I previously tried uninstalling/reinstalling. I did not have any conflict messages. My problem was with the resizeable array probe, type double.
I zipped my broken VIBox probes directory. It is attached to this message.
Thank you for the excellent tool.
For me, the issue was fixed by replacing my VIBox probes directory with the one that you provided in this thread.
Hopefully the broken directory that I attached will help you figure out what is going on.
Thanks again for the probes, they save me hours per week.
Here is another broken probes directory from another machine. Once again, I dropped your directory in and all works.
Thanks again for the great tools!
Thanks for this heads-up... we have been working on this issue but are not able to reproduce it on our machine. We have more than 20 different computers with different opeprating system. None of them reproduce the issue. If you have time could you tell what are your PC configurations (OS, LabVIEW version...) and if you have a machine where the instal works as intended, what's the difference between the ones that disfunction ?
Thanks in advance for your help.
Unfortunately, I do not have time to dig in to this rightn now or even soon. I have attached some information that may be helpful to you. If you can narrow down what you would like to see to a couple of specific items that will not take long to produce I would be happy to get you that information.