Solution: You can change the run-time menu of a VI programmatically using VI server following the steps below. Changing Resource Appearances Remember the dummy VI we created earlier? You must be a registered user to add a comment. Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Twitter Sign in with LinkedIn Sign Up All Content All Content Advanced Search Browse Forums Downloads his comment is here
On the second Insert Menu Items function, right-click the item names input and select Create»Constant from the shortcut menu. Obtain the cell position(row,column) using the invoke node and insert the menu item into the corresponding cell as shown below. Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Twitter Sign in with LinkedIn Sign Up All Content All Content Advanced Search Browse Forums Downloads This structure also makes the tag easy to parse in event handlers for the menu.
Testbed Application — Release 10 Toolbox — Release 5 Oh yes, a preview… In the next post I will start looking at another popular design pattern and what a proper LabVIEW NoteYou must wire a value to the milliseconds to wait input of the Wait (ms) function for the VI to run. This example uses a numeric control. As you would expect, all it does is run the VI that verifies that the user wants to quit before firing the standard Stop Application event.
Two of those references relate to the values we used to initialize the registration. As I stated before, the tag for each item must be unique. Right-click the menu tag input of the second Insert Menu Items function and select Create»Constant from the shortcut menu. Sign In Sign Up Browse Back Browse Forums Downloads Gallery Staff Online Users Activity Back Activity All Activity My Activity Streams Unread Content Content I Started Search LabVIEWing Menu Tab Control
Wire the MenuRef event data field to the menu reference input of the Insert Menu Items function. If you've already registered, sign in. Place an Invoke Node with the Open FP method selected. What I am talking about in this post are aspects of the program that are user facing.
The node uses the item tag File:Save Data to identify the specific item it is changing. Is there a way to accomplish this, and if so, how? This is what the data saving VI looks like on the inside: Note the comment I put in the code. Remember that a good principle for when to make something a subVI is to ask yourself is this functionality (or the implementation of the functionality) likely to change?
Otherwise, register and sign in. However, there are no submenu items. Here is what it looks like: The My Name value is used to generate the new marking which is then applied to the button's Boolean Text property and a node that is there any other way out without using event structure? 0 Kudos Message 1 of 2 (772 Views) Reply 0 Kudos Re: how to get the menu reference of a control
Once you have the subVI (or at least me implementation of it), this is what it looks like installed into one of the acquisition processes. http://cdhca.org/labview-runtime/labview-runtime-mac-os-x.php As long as the references associated with the registration are invalid, the events are in essence turned off because you can't fire an invalid event. But if you simply disgard the activation, you don't need to change it's run time menu. Poor|Excellent Yes No Document Quality?
An array constant appears. Use Insert Menu Items function to add menu items of your choice. As a demonstration of how this works, we'll add a button and a very simple menu example. weblink Please tell us why.
Also connect the menu reference input as shown below. If you check out this node using the online help you'll notice that it also let's you enable and disable items, and add or remove check marks in front of items. Menu item tags can have the same name as menu item names.
Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Twitter Sign in with LinkedIn Sign Up All Content All Content Advanced Search Browse Forums Downloads Add the Current VI's Menubar function to the block diagram. Next to insert the selected menu item into the cell of multicolumn listbox, create a Shortcut Menu Selection?(User) event for Multicolumn Listbox control. A far more flexible solution is to let the main GUI carry these reusable, or shared resources and let the subpanel VIs interact with them via references.
Right-click the item names input of the Insert Menu Items function and select Create»Constant from the shortcut menu. To allow me to continue work, I will drop down a single frame sequence structure and wire up the data inputs and outputs that I know it will need. Labels Analysis & Computation 250 Development & API 2 Development Tools 1 Execution & Performance 813 HW Connectivity 87 Installation & Upgrade 208 Networking Communications 124 Third party integration & APIs check over here Right-click the Event structure and select Edit Events Handled by This Case from the shortcut menu.
To see how that works, let's revisit for a moment how you register dynamic events. NoteYou also can add default LabVIEW menu items by providing the application item tags as inputs to the Insert Menu Item function.