Black wire

Hi all

I create a bitfile custom fpga and when creating analog inputs and only when I'm creating them, the sons of their boxes are black and continuous. It did not break. they are simply black.

What is the meaning of this?

There are only two types of black wire in LabVIEW:

1. a thread with no defined data type

2. a cut wire.

You can determine who know you by displaying the pop-up Help window and pointing the cursor on the wire.

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