The following items are changes from Measurement Studio 8.6 to Measurement Studio 8.6.1.
If you have a Bug ID, you can search this list to validate that the issue has been fixed.
Table of Contents
- .NET Class Libraries
- Visual C++ Class Libraries
- Visual Studio Integration
- Related Links
.NET Class Libraries
||It is not possible to determine whether an axis range was changed programmatically or interactively for .NET graphs.
||Under some circumstances, range division label values for .NET controls are formatted incorrectly.
||.NET graph control axis labels do not redraw when you change the custom FormatString while using a custom FormatString for the axis LabelFormat.
||If you bind multiple .NET control string properties to a single string network variable, updating a different network variable sets the bound string properties to
Range.Parse(String, IFormatProvider, CultureInfo) throws a runtime exception if the culture parameter is not set to CurrentCulture.
Arc.Parse() cannot parse the string returned by
||Assigning the XPosition of a cursor to a point with a value of NaN puts the cursor in a bad state.
||The encryption algorithm used for Measurement Studio .NET class libraries licensing is not Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) compliant.
Visual C++ Class Libraries
||Programmatically changing the background color of a CWNumEdit control that has hidden increment/decrement buttons does not change the background for the entire control until you redraw it.
||ControlImage and ControlImageEx may not fill multiple annotations on the CWGraph correctly.
||CNiNumEdit and CNiAxis error messages and documentation do not indicate that they support only absolute time and not time spans.
||Disconnecting a Visual C++ DataSocket object sometimes results in a crash.
||The gridlines (ticks) do not invert when the Inverted checkbox is selected on the Range tab of the CWGraph3D Properties dialog box.
||Changing the axis range on a CWGraph with few points causes skewed plot lines.
||The clipping region of the CWGraph changed between Measurement Studio versions 8.1.2 and 8.5 to use the plot bounds instead of the graph bounds.
Visual Studio Integration
||The Instrument Driver Wizard does not support functions with parameters that are 64-bit integers or 64-bit integer arrays.
||The Instrument Driver Wizard does not properly handle
.fp files that do not contain a prefix entry within the file.
||The Instrument Driver Wizard sometimes creates constants with the same name.
||The Instrument Driver Wizard generates an invalid class name when the input file name contains characters that are not valid in a class name.
||Installing LabWindows/CVI and Measurement Studio and then uninstalling Measurement Studio can also uninstall shared merge modules, such as
||The Instrument Driver Wizard does not publicly expose the instrument C session handle.
||The Visual Basic .NET documentation generated by the Instrument Driver Wizard does not conform to Microsoft Help Standards.
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