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ID: 21492, ThlLEDArray. A configurable LED/Button array

by Nick Reinschmidt Email: Anonymous

Can be used to display status/progess information, running lights, scrolling text and contour diagrams. Or use it as a multistate toggle-button array.
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For C++Builder, Version 5.0  to 6.0 528 downloads
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Updated on Mon, 09 May 2005 02:38:30 GMT
Originally uploaded on Sun, 29 Feb 2004 10:35:04 GMT
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ThlLEDArray displays a configurable array of LEDs. The component appearance can be adjusted in many ways. f.e.: LED width/height, LED shape, LED Color, number of rows/columns, BorderWidth, BevelWidth, BackgroundColor, BackgroundBitmap etc.

Some possible scenarios for using it:

- display status information for items like running operations, open/closed doors etc. Since the number of colors/states for each LED is freely configurable each LED can represent as many states as you need.

- use it as a progress bar

- use it to simply display a running light to reflect the activity of some operation. You could even show scrolling text with it.

- the entire array can write itself into a bitmap and read from a bitmap. This can be used for persistence or to archive status snapshots etc.

- the array can also be used as a multistate toggle-button array

- in the case of 1x1 pixel LEDs and zero spacing the array collapses to a bitmap-like color field that can be used to display contour diagrams. Have a look at the screenshots in the help file and the demo application.

The component comes with a demo project, prebuild demo exe, Html help and detailed installation instructions. Currently supported Borland products are Delphi 5/6/7/2005 and C++Builder 5/6.

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