This is the test page for hmiAngularDial.
You will need JAVA to view it. next Demo
You may wish to create your own round instruments to use them with VISUAL.
To do so, create a background image of the instrument with scales etc.
Include this into your page either by copying it into the background or using the hmiMultiIcon
widget as a wrapper. Then arrange a hmiAngularDial widget over it.
This will provide a pointer which you can fit to your instrument providing the following
Value for dial minimum angle
Value for dial maximum angle
Dial axis x position relative to widget origin.
Dial axis y position relative to widget origin.
Dial length. This is multiplicated with widget's x and y size.
Dial base diameter in pixels.
Digitally coded switch:
|Type:||left click:||right click:|
|Potentiometers||decrease value||increase value|
|Switch button||switch off||switch on|
Click the upper button of the symbol to increase digit;
Click the lower button of the symbol to decrease digit;
On other elements:
Left mouse button will call up a trend view of the shown value.
Right mouse button will mark this value to be inluded inthe next trend view.
What's the fake here?
The fake is that the data is generated by the applet hmiFake.class itself.
The other classes used for the single display elements are the
same as in the real application and bevave the same way with one difference: They
do not try to write back values.
In the real application, data is fetched from the main application via