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Registration date : 2009-07-14

PostSubject: How to use progress_bar...   Tue Jul 14, 2009 11:51 pm

Hi,

Here is a sample I made right now, to check one of the graphical features of Panoramic:

Code:

label quit, increment, decrement

sound 5
file_load 5,"c:\windows\media\ding.wav"

left 0,223
top 0,182
width 0,550
height 0,131
caption 0,"Testing progress bar..."
 
progress_bar 1
left 1,24
top 1,25
width 1,210
height 1,35
min 1,0
max 1,100

button 2
left 2,448
top 2,32
caption 2,"&Exit"
on_click 2,quit

button 3
left 3,349
top 3,32
caption 3,"&Add"
on_click 3,increment

button 4
left 4,266
top 4,32
caption 4,"&Minus"
on_click 4,decrement

inactive 4

end

quit:
terminate
return

increment:
if position(1)<100
  position 1, position(1)+1
  active 3
  active 4
else
  play 5
  inactive 3
end_if
return

decrement:
if position(1)>0
  position 1, position(1)-1
  active 3
  active 4
else
  play 5
  inactive 4
end_if
return


It´s fully functional. I´ve used other commands too to demonstrate some usability by activating/inactivating buttons when some conditions are met, also.

Rgds,
Sbleck
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PostSubject: Re: How to use progress_bar...   Sun Jul 19, 2009 1:15 pm

Thank you for your contribution.
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PostSubject: Re: How to use progress_bar...   Thu Jun 24, 2010 9:47 pm

Sorry mtpl, but your message has no relationship at all with PANORAMIC and I lock the topic.
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