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Chris Davis

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  1. Sorry for the multiple posts. The connection times out on my end after I click the post topic button.
  2. I'm working on a LabVIEW project where we are making some extensive HTML help files for the project. I like the look and features of the VIPM Help Files. Could you guys pull back the curtain a little and tell us how you create / manage / package the HTML help files that are distributed with VIPM? Thanks, Chris Davis
  3. I'm working on a LabVIEW project where we are making some extensive HTML help files for the project. I like the look and features of the VIPM Help Files. Could you guys pull back the curtain a little and tell us how you create / manage / package the HTML help files that are distributed with VIPM? Thanks, Chris Davis
  4. I'm working on a LabVIEW project where we are making some extensive HTML help files for the project. I like the look and features of the VIPM Help Files. Could you guys pull back the curtain a little and tell us how you create / manage / package the HTML help files that are distributed with VIPM? Thanks, Chris Davis
  5. In the back of my mind, I know that the JKI_RSC package is a different type of package. I'm just trying to figure out what I need to do to make my own package, similar to the JKI_RSC package. Any ideas?
  6. Are you suggesting I create an empty VI package and then add several other packages as dependencies? When I do that I get an error stating I can't build an empty package. Maybe I'm not clear on what you are suggesting. Perhaps an online tutorial is in order?
  7. How do I build a resource package similar to the jki_rsc package? It is my understanding that the jki_rsc package is used to make all of the JKI tools organize themselves under a larger JKI palette. If there is another way to make this happen, please let me know. I'd like to use this idea to package up several company VI packages into a larger palette to make them easier to organize. Thanks, Chris Davis
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