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Table Highlight Page (Options Dialog Box)

LabVIEW 2013 Desktop Execution Trace Toolkit Help

Edition Date: June 2013

Part Number: 372641C-01

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Select File»Options or click Options on the View tab to display the Options dialog box and select Table Highlight from the category list to display this page. This page includes the following components:

  • Disable highlighting—Specifies whether to disable highlighting for all events in the table pane. This checkbox contains no checkmark by default. Disabling highlighting might improve performance when you trace applications that generate large numbers of execution events.
  • Type List—Specifies types of events to highlight and colors to use for highlighting. Remove the checkmark from the checkbox for an event type to disable highlighting for those types of events. Click the color box for an event type to specify the color to use to highlight those types of events. This list contains options for the following event types.
    • Event Structures—Specifies the color to use to highlight events that LabVIEW Event structures generate.
    • Memory Allocations—Specifies the color to use to highlight events that LabVIEW generates when a VI allocates memory, frees the previously allocated memory, or changes memory size.
    • Queues—Specifies the color to use to highlight queue events. The Queue Operations functions in LabVIEW return those events.
    • Notifiers— Specifies the color to use to highlight notifier events. The Notifier Operations functions in LabVIEW return those events.
    • Reference Leaks— Specifies the color to use to highlight reference leak events.
    • Errors—Specifies the color to use to highlight unhandled error events.
    • User Events—Specifies the color to use to highlight events that LabVIEW generates when a user registers events dynamically or creates user events. The Events functions in LabVIEW return those events.
    • User-Defined Trace Events—Specifies the color to use to highlight user-defined events. Use the Generate User-Defined Trace Event function in LabVIEW to generate user-defined events.
    • VI Execution—Specifies the color to use to highlight execution events that LabVIEW generates when a VI runs.
  • Select All—Selects all the event types in the list.
  • Deselect All—Deselects all the event types in the list.

 

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