Complete the following steps to edit the Controls or Functions palettes.
To edit the palette set for a specific target, select Tools»Advanced»Edit Palette Set from a VI on the target whose palette set you want to modify.
If you edit the palettes, LabVIEW saves the edits to the xxxx\Palettes\menus directory, where xxxx is the version of LabVIEW, in the default data directory. LabVIEW saves the edits in a copy of the original palette. The protection of the original palettes ensures that you can experiment with the palettes without corrupting the original palettes. To revert to the original palettes, click the Restore to Default button on the Edit Controls and Functions Palette Set dialog box.
To edit the visible palette categories on the Controls or Functions palette, click the Customize button on the palette toolbar and select Change Visible Palettes from the shortcut menu to display the Change Visible Palettes dialog box. You also can click the Change Visible Palettes link at the bottom of a pinned palette to display the Change Visible Palettes dialog box.
|Note To edit a palette inside a packed project library, make changes to the palette and rebuild the packed library to update those changes in the library.|
You also can use the Palette Editing VIs to edit the Controls or Functions palette set programmatically.