Archived: LabVIEW 2013 Statechart Module Known Issues
Updated Mar 17, 2020
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This document contains known issues for the LabVIEW 2013 Statechart Module.
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list; it is intended to only show the severe and more common issues
that can be encountered.
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includes these fields:
Legacy ID - The issue's legacy
ID from NI's deprecated bug reporting database (if applicable)
Reported Version - the earliest version of LabVIEW the
issue was reported in
Resolved Version - version the issue was resolved or was no
Date Added - the date the issue was added to the document
(not reported date)
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Deleting cluster constant in statechart configuration guard/action diagram can crash LabVIEW
In the Guard or Action diagram of the Configure State dialog box, if you try to delete the contents of a block diagram cluster that is typedef'ed, and then delete the cluster constant itself, LabVIEW might crash.
Workaround: When deleting a cluster constant in the Configure State dialog box, delete the entire constant at once instead of deleting the contents first.
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