I took a look at this problem and cannot reproduce it on my computer system. Do you have an more specific details about how to reproduce it?
What I did was trying to load and execute the script “FileOrDirExists.lua” in the Task Manager using the “Run Local (F3)” function. I started the Task manager both directly from the Tools menu as well as from your LuaVIEW2tools.vi project.
Did you try it on a single system or on more than one of them? If you tried it on one single system, is there a chance that you could try it also on another one?
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I’m in the process of preparing a new beta version for LuaVIEW as intermediate solution until the final release. Basically all the problems you encounter are likely caused by the fact that the Beta DLL has an expiration date. When that happens it tries to display a dialog to inform you about this but this seems to fail catastrophally in recent LabVIEW versions. Not exactly sure about the details but it seems not safe anymore to open a dialog from within a DLL anymore as LabVIEW then gets into a dead lock somehow, probably between the UI system in which the dialog is supposed to occur and the actual execution system in which the LuaVIEW DLL is executing.
I’ll need to make a few more changes to the documentation and plan to release a last Beta with extended expiration date until Friday of this week.
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