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Timmy

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Graphic barometer
« on: August 09, 2005, 03:52:23 AM »
@ All,

Do we need a graphic barometer on our TodayPlus screen?!?


Maybe, something like this? Or something else? Please, let me know!


Timmy
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Broesel

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Graphic barometer
« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2005, 08:36:39 AM »
Quote from: "Timmy"
@ All,

Do we need a graphic barometer on our TodayPlus screen?!?


Well, Timmy,
don't know, if we need a barometer, but it will be difficult to realize,
(yes, you would need another exe  :roll: ) but the biggest problem will be,
that on an qvga-device you won't see much of the values and there are
as many values, as you could make graphics for, that would be readable.

Only my opinion ....  8)
Maybe one of the other members has another idea ?

Regards Broesel

Timmy

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« Reply #2 on: August 13, 2005, 10:48:58 AM »
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Quote from: "Timmy"
@ All,

Do we need a graphic barometer on our TodayPlus screen?!?


Well, Timmy,
don't know, if we need a barometer, but it will be difficult to realize,
(yes, you would need another exe  :roll: ) but the biggest problem will be,
that on an qvga-device you won't see much of the values and there are
as many values, as you could make graphics for, that would be readable.

Only my opinion ....  8)
Maybe one of the other members has another idea ?

Regards Broesel


Broesel,

Thanks for your answer!

FUI: if there are members who want the right-up example, than we don't need another .exe: that example can be fixed with the if-else statement. And indeed: for the other examples we need another .exe, you are wright!

But as you said: "Maybe one of the other members has another idea?"

Timmy
Toshiba e750BT, WM 2003, Today Plus 0.11.0, WISbar Adv, Agenda Fusion, Pocket Slides, TomTom