Message Edited by Gurdas on 07-12-2006 08:48 AM
I can see the problem you're describing in the Word document you attached. Can you also post VIs that demonstrate the problem from the LabVIEW side, along with steps to reproduce the problem? This will help me track down the problem, as I am currently unable to reproduce it with my own VIs.
I will try and build a test VI that can be shared.
In the meantime, if you have not already done this, try re-sizing the graph a few times, save and reload the VI and see if the problem gets manifested. While resizing, ensure you resize both - total graph and data display area. Pls note we are using LV-FDS-7.1
I am confident I can send you a VI that allows you to replicate the problem. However, I am not sure whether there is a specific step sequence which takes us to the problem occuring. But, I will try and see what best I can do concerning steps.
I definitely see the problem with the VI you attached. But I don't think the report VIs have anything to do with it, because we can see from the front panel of the VI that the graph is missing its right and bottom borders...it's easy enough to verify by changing the background of the front panel to a white color. So it looks like something is actually getting messed up on the graph.
So my next question is, can you send me a VI with a graph that has its proper borders, but by resizing the graph I could see them disappear? This would allow me to test the issue with later versions of LabVIEW to see if there is a fix.
I tried, starting from a good graph, to reach a graph with missing boundaries, but no success yet. I will continue to try this. However, as I said earlier, there are no definite steps to recreate the problem; which makes it difficult for me to deliver what you have asked.
I agree that this has nothing to do with the report generation VIs.
The problem, though merely aesthetic, is quite widespread (appears on many of our graphs) and thus has big irritant value. I would appreciate if a solution can be found.
I hope you are able to find a way to reproduce the problem. Since I can't get a graph to lose its borders, I'll need a VI from you that reproduces the problem in order to investigate a solution.