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Hi, Here is the scenario:A button is pressed and a recording of 10s is taken. During the 10s, the button is greyed out and doesn't respond to any press till 10s passes.Don't know how to pass time informaton between different cases and so on. Totally lost. A really simple thing, but don't see how it is done in Labview.Need your help.Thanks.Rut
When I press a button one task should start and after the first task ends the second task should begin. How can i do this.
hi i have a problem. i have to pass W1, let say the user press OK button. then 2nd time if the user press it should pass W2..and so on it is posibble in ni? And let say the user close the vi aftr 2nd time click the button. later went he open the vi again it should stores W3.. How to do tht?
Hello LabVIEW gurus, I have written an application, which uses a VI-template to create multiple instances of this subVI which are running independently. I use 'Open VI Referece' and the 'Call By Reference Node' VIs. My application works fine if it is executed in the LabVIEW development environment. But if I use the Application Builder to create a stand alone program, the 'Call By Reference' method seems not to work. The program works without any error message, but the subVIs created by call by reference deliveres no results. I suppose the subVIs are not created properly. Has anybody an idea or hint to solve that problem. Are there any known issues with 'Call By Reference Node' and 'executables'. Are there special points to pay attention for? I have that problem with LabVIEW 7.0 and 7.1 (Windows2000 and WindowsXP(SP2)) Thanks for any hint that could be helpful. Steffen