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    AD2 with Labview on Mac?

    Thanks for the honest response Austin. Let me know if there's anything I can do to help. I purchased the AD2 from NI partly because I expected fairly simple integration with LabVIEW. I feel that this situation isn't right and we should complain to NI, since the issue seems to be with their 2014 product. If you haven't contacted NI for help yet, please do that. If that doesn't work, maybe I can contact them too. Thanks again.
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    AD2 with Labview on Mac?

    Unfortunately I'm stuck with LabVIEW 2014. Hopefully you can get it working. Thanks again.
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    AD2 with Labview on Mac?

    Any progress on this? Thanks!
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    AD2 with Labview on Mac?

    I recall some similar experiences between versions of LabVIEW. Thank you for working on this and for your diligence hunting it down.
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    AD2 with Labview on Mac?

    Hi Austin, I did as you instructed as far as uninstalling AD2 toolkit and making sure dwf.framework is in the frameworks folder. I placed the AD2 API folder on my desktop and opened it and selected AD2 Analog Example(Multiple).vi from the Examples subfolder. I got the error message in the attached file. Looks like LV can't find the device. Waveforms runs fine. Rebooting made no difference. Dennis
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    AD2 with Labview on Mac?

    Thanks for the response, Austin. When you have a fix I can beta test that for you!
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    AD2 with Labview on Mac?

    Hi, Sorry to be ignorant, but I can't figure out how to use the Analog Discovery 2 with Labview 2014 on my Mac running OS 10.9.5. I've tried installing the Diligent Waveforms VIs using the Labview VI Package Manager and it crashes. I could successfully install the AD2 Toolkit but all of it's VIs are broken because they can't find "C:Windows:System32:dwf.dll". Is it not possible to access the AD2 with Labview on a Mac? Again, sorry if this is a dumb question. I just can't seem to find the answer after quite a bit of searching the NI and Diligent sites.
  8. Hello, Just a suggestion: Give the users a preference setting to enable warnings when an action is about to delete/reset data in the scope or logger windows. E.G. I want to use the logger to record a DC voltage over a very long time (hours). If I change certain settings like the time/division the plot is reset automatically with no warning and the data I have been recording is lost. I would like to be able to save that data before it is lost. A dialog that warns that data is about to be lost and gives the user the option of exporting it would be very useful. I know it could be annoying in many cases to have that pop up every time a setting is changed, so making it an optional preference would allow users to turn it off if they prefer. Thanks for listening!