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    Quote Originally Posted by h3rk View Post
    It's been good for me, no complaints.
    Cool. Anything that you want to be put in? Within reason.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2k1Toaster View Post
    Cool. Anything that you want to be put in? Within reason.
    A way to run a timer, then fire certain outputs at certain times while the timer is running. Tried playing with some older source code... Icky! Although I do like some of your variable names. They are silly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrow View Post
    A way to run a timer, then fire certain outputs at certain times while the timer is running. Tried playing with some older source code... Icky! Although I do like some of your variable names. They are silly.
    Cool variable names keep it interesting... Look in the code that evaluates the voltage into an acceleration... "g_string"

    As for the timer, sure. It wont be nearly as accurate as the 1ms you wanted earlier though because it needs to be evaluated in 1 loop cycle and then sent to the output queue in the next loop cycle. So it will be "logic timer interval" + "output timer interval" which currently is about 100ms... Can get it down to like 10ms to 12ms but that is as good as it will get...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2k1Toaster View Post
    Cool. Anything that you want to be put in? Within reason.
    I'd like the part we were discussing earlier (post 44). That will get me a bit further. Also, a way to do math on variables will help(or some instruction if possible already).

    Quote Originally Posted by 2k1Toaster View Post
    I am not sure what you mean... I have set the buttons to have no border. A fully transparent button should have no border.

    Are you talking about the transparent images on top of one an another? I didnt see that mentioned in there. But I have read the solution. Simply, it cannot be done in GDI. Reason being Microsoft lied to everyone. They DO NOT support transparency. What a transparent region does is get the background of the control and paint it where the "transparent" region is. So there is actually no such thing as transparency which is a dirty little trick. Seems like a hack job to me and I have no idea what would make them do that. Maybe some intern with a deadline, I dunno, but it is a horrible little secret they have and should let people know of this more openly instead of advertising transparency support...
    Actually I've been working really hard to accomplish this in various ways and present an example of the 'build arc image from 2 polygons,as determined by the angle' process I was talking about; but I see what you mean, everything I try doesn't work. Everything I've read about have been cumbersome tricks of one form or another, setting pixels or redrawing whats underneath on the graphic and whatnot.

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    So, overlapping will look ok as long as it's only overlapping a transparent portion of the under-image, and the height of the image is determined by the order put in the configuration file? I suppose trial and error will be how to determine which image type(button, multi,rotate) is 'higher'

    What's the preffered type to use for non-functional images? Disabled buttons?

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    I just need it to be accurate enough to make the lights flash to the music. I really don't need 1ms accuracy, I was just throwing that out for an example. It doesn't even need to be all that accurate, just as long as it looks good

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    Oh yeah, stretch options on mulitimages and buttons.

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    Ok, Display buttons, Rotate Images, and MultiImages can now scale the image...

    Code:
    <options imageScaling="stretch"></options>
    and all the options are "stretch", "centre", "tile", "zoom" (I dont even know what this does, but it is an option for ImageLayout)
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    15 Analogue Inputs -- Read sensors like temperature, light, distance, acceleration, and more
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    My slide rule thanks you.

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    timer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrow View Post
    timer...
    I am working on it!
    Fusion Brain Version 6 Released!
    1.9in x 2.9in -- 47mm x 73mm
    30 Digital Outputs -- Directly drive a relay
    15 Analogue Inputs -- Read sensors like temperature, light, distance, acceleration, and more
    Buy now in the MP3Car.com Store

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