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ID: 17355, Precision Analog Meter HQ

by Photine Kaklamanos Email: Anonymous

Displays a value using an indicator on a curved scale that covers up to an angle of 180°; photorealistic quality shading, double buffering, 30 parameters available to customise graphic appearance and functionality
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For C++Builder, Version 5.0  to 6.0 480 downloads
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Size: 1,053,890 bytes
Updated on Fri, 22 Feb 2002 19:11:21 GMT
Originally uploaded on Mon, 14 Jan 2002 06:26:43 GMT
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Precision Analog Meter displays a value and its variation range, by using an indicator on a curved scale that covers up to an angle of 180

It was written entirely in C++ and is composed of strongly optimized code. The only required libraries are the MFC and MSVCRT DLLs, that are shipped with every version of Microsoft Windows.

It is only 50k in size, and is therefore very fastly loaded into your application at run time and it does not significantly impact on your final application size.

30 properties are available to fully customise graphic appearance and functionality.

Precision Analog Meter makes no use of fixed-size bitmaps, every component you see, is dynamically scaled according to the container window size and to user's choices.

A double-buffering technology is implemented in order to avoid unpleasant flickering effects: every graphic manipulation is done in memory and only eventually the final result is transferred to the video buffer, using all the available hardware optimizations that the graphic card provides for the BitBlt.

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