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tylertroy

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About tylertroy

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    LabVIEW 2013
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    2014

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  1. Version 1.0.0

    1,539 downloads

    Here are a couple of controls that simulate an LCD numerical display. You will need to install the fonts for them to work as pictured. You can achieve the same things with which ever font you like but it really only works with mono-spaced fonts. You can customize each control in the "Advanced" right click menu of the control to set the precision you need or to modify the font size. Note that you can't change the font size without customizing the "background" label font too. Accessing and modifying each component is most easily achieved by changing the z-order of the components using the Ctrl-K, Ctrl+J shortcuts while in tweezer mode
  2. View File LCD1.ctl, LCD2.ctl, LCD3.ctl Here are a couple of controls that simulate an LCD numerical display. You will need to install the fonts for them to work as pictured. You can achieve the same things with which ever font you like but it really only works with mono-spaced fonts. You can customize each control in the "Advanced" right click menu of the control to set the precision you need or to modify the font size. Note that you can't change the font size without customizing the "background" label font too. Accessing and modifying each component is most easily achieved by changing the z-order of the components using the Ctrl-K, Ctrl+J shortcuts while in tweezer mode Submitter tylertroy Submitted 08/17/2016 Category User Interface LabVIEW Version alarm_clock.zip digital-dream.zip
  3. Version 1.0.0

    730 downloads

    I've been playing around with making some controls that mimic popular electronic components and here is one of them. It's a basic 10 x 2 character LCD panel. You can play with the colors to create a variety looks. You could also imagine modifications to create animated LCD panels. Feel free to incorporate into what ever you're creating.
  4. View File LCD panel.ctl, LCD panel.vi I've been playing around with making some controls that mimic popular electronic components and here is one of them. It's a basic 10 x 2 character LCD panel. You can play with the colors to create a variety looks. You could also imagine modifications to create animated LCD panels. Feel free to incorporate into what ever you're creating. Submitter tylertroy Submitted 08/17/2016 Category User Interface LabVIEW Version  
  5. Name: easy increment Submitter: tylertroy Submitted: 29 May 2014 Category: *Uncertified* LabVIEW Version: 2012 License Type: BSD (Most common) I have always found it frustrating that I cannot efficiently change numerical values with the mouse only. This is especially true when I'm simultaneously looking at a gauge on the other side of the room and changing values with my wireless mouse. "easy increment" selects individual decimal place values by moving the mouse across the spacial extent of a numerical control. Mouse wheel scrolling may then be used to to modify these values. It's easier to use than explain, I promise! Click here to download this file
  6. Version 1.0

    140 downloads

    I have always found it frustrating that I cannot efficiently change numerical values with the mouse only. This is especially true when I'm simultaneously looking at a gauge on the other side of the room and changing values with my wireless mouse. "easy increment" selects individual decimal place values by moving the mouse across the spacial extent of a numerical control. Mouse wheel scrolling may then be used to to modify these values. It's easier to use than explain, I promise!
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