If you include a palette file (.mnu) in a project library, you can set it as the default palette file for all VIs that the project library owns. Complete the following steps to set the default palette file for a LabVIEW project library.
- From the Project Explorer window, locate the project library icon above the palette file (.mnu) you want to set as the default palette file.
If you do not have a .mnu file, add the palette file.
- Right-click the project library and select Properties from the shortcut menu to display the Project Library Properties dialog box.
- On the General Settings page, select the palette file you want to set as default from the Default Palette pull-down menu. You also can set the default palette file from the
Item Settings page by selecting the .mnu file in the Contents tree and place a checkmark in the Default Palette checkbox.
- Click the OK button to close the Project Library Properties dialog box and save your changes.
You also can use the Library:Create method to set the default
palette file programmatically.