the label of sous-schema multiple line bug?

Label sous-schema not be retractable at the time where the deletion of a line. I am doing it wrong or is this a bug?

I've just updated to Labview 2013SP1


Yes, looks like a bug... perhaps.

Of course, you can simply grab the handle in the middle of the lower edge of the sous-schema label and resize it to where you want.

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