||TestStand Sequence Analyzer reports errors for comments in expressions
||The TSM "Test step properties are not assignable" TestStand Sequence Analyzer rule reports errors in expressions, even if the error is within a comment.
||Some TSM examples return TestStand Sequence Analyzer warnings
||The TestStand Sequence Analyzer reports warnings for some TSM examples. You can ignore the warnings because they do not affect the functionality of the examples.
||Non-ASCII characters in load board string properties display as question marks in STDF Log file
||If load board string properties contain non-ASCII characters, the STDF Log file displays those characters as question marks. The STDF Log file supports only ASCII characters.
||Pin map validation error incorrectly references available sites setting
||A pin map validation run-time error message incorrectly states that you can change the number of available sites in the Configure Station Settings dialog box. The correct setting to change is the Enabled Sites option in the Configure Lot Settings dialog box.
||Making a change to enabled sites resets Batch process model options to default values
||When you make a change to the Enabled Sites option in the Configure Lot Settings dialog box, some Batch process model options settings revert to the default values. In the Model Options dialog box, the Hide Execution Windows option is disabled, and the Tile Execution Windows option is enabled.
||Errors occur when enabling NI TestStand Semiconductor Module
||When you enable TSM, an error might occur and return the message "Error occurred enabling Semiconductor Module: Object reference not set to an instance of an object." A second error also might occur that states "Object reference not set to an instance of an object." These errors do not affect functionality. Close the error windows to use TSM normally.
||Test Program Performance Analyzer Average Step Times Graph combines multiple steps with the same name
||The Test Program Performance Analyzer Average Step Times Graph combines multiple steps with the same name into one step.