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Jim Kring

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  1. Chris, I've spoken to you off-line about the VIPM 1.1 beta, but I'll restate myself here so that others can benefit from the info. We are actively working on VIPM 1.1 and the beta will be starting soon. If you're interested in helping test these new features (and possibly get early access to bug fixes to issues such as this one) please let us know and we'll keep you in the loop about the beta. Thanks, -Jim
  2. Hi Greg, Thanks for the feedback. We have this feature on the map. We're currently working out the specifics of the implementation. Thank you, -Jim Kring
  3. Doug, Thank you for reporting this. We will look into it, right away. Thank you, -Jim
  4. David, We have just completed our first How'd they do that? article, titled Alternating Row colors in Multicolumn Listbox. Thank you, -Jim
  5. I'm sorry to hear that you are still having some issues. Please try to set your VI Server settings manually in the LabVIEW options. Please see this FAQ posting for some instructions. Regarding the TCP timeout, please try setting your Internet setting TCP Timout to 60 seconds, and see if that helps with the connection problems. I see from your screenshots that it is currently set to 10 seconds. Also, it would help if you posted your error log files, which will be located here: C:\Program Files\JKI\VI Package Manager\error Thank you, -Jim
  6. You need to make sure that each LabVIEW version is configured for a different TCP port. Please see this post for instructions on how to fix the problem. You might also want to read the LabVIEW Options - Version Management and Configure LabVIEW Port dialog documentation pages. Thank you, -Jim
  7. Jeffrey, Thanks for the kind words and for the valuable feedback. We are actively working on features that address configuration management issues. Stay tuned... Thank you, -Jim Kring
  8. I've just created a new Tips and Tricks entry called Upgrading All Installed Packages to Latest Version. Thanks again, -Jim
  9. There are often situations where you want to upgrade all packages that have upgrades available. There is a very simple way to do this. Simply select Package>>Upgrade All Installed Packages... from the VIPM menu (see screenshot, below) Then, confirm the package upgrades (see screenshot, below). That's all there is to it!
  10. That's good feedback (that you hadn't noticed this feature). I'll create a new Tips and Tricks topic describing this feature. Thanks, -Jim
  11. Chris, You're absolutely right. It is a bit of a pain to upgrade a single package on multiple versions of LabVIEW. This is a really valid use case and we've definitly got it on our list of things to address. The way that I deal with this is to leave VIPM open all the time and use VIPM to launch LabVIEW (I switch/restart versions of LabVIEW frequently). After LabVIEW starts I then select Package>>Upgrade All Installed Packages... (from VIPM's menu) to make sure that I've got the latest and greatest packages installed on the LabVIEW version that I just launched. We're happy to hear you love 1.0. We're working hard on the next release which should give you more reasons to love VIPM ;-) Thank you, -Jim
  12. In VIPM, you'll often want to perform an action on a set of packages with the same status (installed, not installed, upgrades available, etc.). For example, let's assume that you want to install all OpenG library packages (which are named "oglib_*") that are not already installed. This task is easy to complete, using the column sorting feature of VIPM. The first step is to type your search string into the quick search box in VIPM. The next step is to sort the package list by the status (glyph) by clicking on the first column heading Then select all of the packages of interest (shift+click or ctrl+click to select multiple) then right-click and choose Install... Finally, confirm the action and the packages will be installed. That's all there is to it!
  13. Jamie, Can you please post a screenshot of the VIPM installer window in this strange state? You are the first to report this issue and I am not quite sure what's going wrong. Do you have any non-standard font sizes configured? Thank you, -Jim Kring
  14. Hi David, We'll post something about this, shortly. Thank you, -Jim Kring
  15. Doh! That's quite a pickle. Fortunately this won't happen in the future (once you upgrade to the 1.0 Final Releasee), as there is no expiration in the final release. The simplest solution (as Chris mentioned) is to download the 1.0 final release from http://jkisoft.com/vipm/download/ . Run the installer and it will upgrade your existing VIPM installation. Then, run VIPM and change your proxy settings in the options dialog. Thank you, -Jim Kring
  16. Thank you for reporting this issue. This was caused by a change made by NI, in the URL where the package file is located. We have fixed the issue and you should now be able to download the picture3d package. Thank you, -Jim Kring
  17. Rexxar, In order to see the OpenG VIs in the LabVIEW palettes, you need to make sure that you have the ogrsc_dynamicpalette package installed. I have no idea how you were able to run the VIPM installer without the 8.0 run-time engine and why you are seeing that error message. That seems very strange. Thank you, -Jim
  18. Hi Ton, Thanks for the link to NTLM info. At this time, there is no plan to support NTLM, since (1) we have not received many requests for this and (2) it would require a significant ammount of development and testing on our part (for example, we would need to set up a Windows proxy server, etc.). Also, since work-arounds (like the local proxy) are possible, those few users who do need NTLM support, still have a way of making VIPM work on thier network. That said, OpenG does have an HTTP library (which is not yet available on VIPM) and if someone were to add support for NTLM proxy authentication, it would make it easy for us to support it in VIPM. Thank you, -Jim
  19. Sometimes VIPM launches LabVIEW when installing packages. But, did you know that you can quickly launch LabVIEW from within VIPM? Just right-click on the LabVIEW Version Selector ring and select Launch LV x.x (see the screenshot, below). This will launch the LabVIEW version that is currently selected in VIPM.
  20. Ton, It sounds like your proxy is using NTLM authentication a proprietary Microsoft standard (based on the domain\user_account format). Can you possibly send (by email) a log of the HTTP transaction with the proxy? You can capture this with a program, such as ethereal. Thank you, -Jim Kring
  21. Ton, Is there a chance that the new proxy configuration does not support "basic" authentication and requires a more sophisticated authentication style? Can you ask your network admin to check this and possibly add support for basic authentication? Or, if you are able to find out more information, we might be able to implement the specific authentication mechanism. Thank you, -Jim Kring One more thing... are you using an empty username, or did you simply remove that for the screenshot? If you are using an empty username, that might be a possible source of the issue in VIPM.
  22. Hi Richard, Yes, I'll send this ASAP. Thank you, -Jim Kring
  23. I just tested on a couple Windows XP systems (with FireFox as the default browser) and I cannot reproduce this error. We haven't gotten any other reports of this problem, either. Does the open URL in default browser VI work in your LabVIEW development environment? What is your default browser? Maybe it's an issue with LabVIEW and IE7. Thank you, -Jim Kring
  24. Hi Danny, We are very close to a 1.0 release of VIPM Community Edition. This will not expire and it will be freely available. Thank you, -Jim Kring
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