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User Defined Intrinsics Error 
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Post User Defined Intrinsics Error
I am making a code file to include 4 other files that all have custom made void statements, about 10 voids in all.

The problem concerns the user defined intrinsics displayed on the right toolbar.

When i open up the main file and go to the right menu and click user defined and then expand the intrinsics, I should be able to see all of the void statements I've created, but it only displays 5 of them on average, sometimes only three. If i change files and come back, the same thing happens and random ones will show up. Also if i compile a file and then view them, they usually all disappear.
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Any ideas on why this is going on and can you get a fix for the next release?

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I think by "right toolbar" you mean the "Code Templates" left hand pane on the main window.

The entries on this hierarchial list are rebuilt every time a program is compiled. They are not updated dynamically as functions / variables are edited/typed. This might partially explain what you are observing.

I'm not sure what you mean by "custom made void statements". Do you mean a "void function" -- i.e. a function that returns no parameters so it starts it definition with the "void" keyword. Or did you mean something else?


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whoops i meant the left toolbar. lol

ohh yess i mean void function, i guess i had the wording wrong. What I want to do is make a void function to do a task that is common among my robot projects like turn to a heading with a compass, something which involves allot of code and can be combined into a single void function.

So what your saying is if I compile the program all the void functions should appear in the intrinsics menu, ones from the main file and the included files?

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