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Archived: LabWindows™/CVI™ 2013 Run-Time Module for Linux® Bux Fixes

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The following items are changes from LabWindows/CVI 2010 Run-Time Module for Linux to LabWindows/CVI 2013 Run-Time Module for Linux. If you have a Bug ID, you can search this list to validate that the issue has been fixed.

Bug Fixes

IDFixed Issue
333915An application might hang if the graph or strip chart is on the screen and axis labels are visible.
299113The help for the LabWindows/CVI Run-Time Module for Linux cannot be searched.
290248cvicc only creates debug binaries.
44526cvicc does not track header file dependencies.
414435Stretching an image into a canvas, picture, picture button, or picture ring control leaks memory.
386088Fonts appear larger than metafonts with the same typeface.
438101A font cannot be used unless it has a compatible character set.
425706A segmentation fault occurs when loading a panel containing ActiveX controls.
389986Panels containing canvas controls cannot be loaded from a TUI file.
385450LoadPanel may return error code 46 when loading a TUI file.

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