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How do I use VIPM to get OpenG libraries installed onto LabVIEW?

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OK, you've heard the hype and you want to install all the great OpenG libraries into your LabVIEW palettes. Where do you start?

  1. First thing you want to do, is download and install VI Package Manager.
  2. Next, you want to tell VIPM about your LabVIEW versions, so that it can install the OpenG libraries onto your LabVIEW versions. See the getting started documentation for instructions.
  3. Check the network for packages -- this will let VIPM know which packages are available. See the getting started documentation for instructions.
  4. Install packages on your LabVIEW versions
    • Make sure that the ogrsc_dynamicpalette package is installed. This is necessary, in order to see the "OpenG" category in your functions palette

[*]Have fun! -- you can restart LabVIEW and start using the OpenG libraries in your palette.

icon11.gif Watch this Tutorial Video >> Getting Started with VIPM and Installing OpenG Libraries into LabVIEW

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