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Paul Cardinale

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Paul Cardinale last won the day on March 28 2019

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  1. I fixed the missing filest problem, but now I get error 1357. Furthermore, dealing with your website is about as pleasant as removing lug nuts with my teeth. It always rejects my login. The only way I can get it is to reset my password. But then the next time I try to login, it rejects me again. (Also, your anti-robot feature is awfully annoying.) And to top it all off, your "Contact Us" link always leads to "Page Not Found". Your product is broken. Your website is broken. Your contact link is broken. How on Earth do you stay in business?
  2. I'm trying (and failing) to build a package for my Y Controls. When I run the VIPB file, sometimes it aborts claiming that a file or files are missing; but the files aren't actually missing and they aren't dependencies of Y Controls. Sometimes when I run it, I get no errors, but also no output. I would appreciate any suggestions. Y Controls.zip
  3. Open "Compare to Constant.xnode" with a text editor. Near the bottom, delete the two items "Untitled 4 (SubVI)" and "Untitled 5 (SubVI)" Then it will build.
  4. If your XML file is a LabVIEW library, you can get the icon by using: C:\ ... \National Instruments\LabVIEW xxxx\vi.lib\LabVIEW Icon API\Get Library Icon.vi and C:\ ... \National Instruments\LabVIEW xxxx\vi.lib\LabVIEW Icon API\Get Flattened Image.vi
  5. I downloaded your .vipm and tried to build. I noticed that in the error message, the file paths are wrong: There's a period in front of "XNode" C:\Users\10115984\Downloads\757905889_XNodesWontBuild\.XNodes\Support\Compare to Constant\Abilities\Bounds.vi There's no period in the actual path, so of course the files aren't found.
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