I would like the ability for VIPM to save a .png to disk of the palette.
Of course I can do this with external utilities but, it would be quicker if it was native.
This will be used for documentation etc...
The VIPM palette is very similar to the LabVIEW one:
I don't mind any of the differences (VIPM logo etc...) being there.
Additionally, an option to select all (atomic action) subpalettes would be great, then just dump them everything to a folder.
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