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Custom dynamic bar and dial gauge


  • Does anyone know how dynamic componets are linked to the points in graphical views?

    Is it possible to create my own dynamic gauges or at least customize the existing ones?

    thanks


  • Hi,

    answers: yes something and I think so.

    I have not tried but taken a look how it works.

    Please take a look on the help. It says:

    "The Dynamic graphic component is similar to the analog image renderer in that it can visualize a numeric point, but instead of choosing one out of a set of images it dynamically draws the indicator of the value. For example, the pointer can be drawn on a single dial image. To add a new dynamic renderer, add a new subdirectory to the graphics directory and put the static image and an appropriate info file there. Then, add a rendering function to the resources/view.js file. The function must be named according to the name given to the subdirectory. See the Dial graphic as an example. "

    In the view.js there is the code for the dynamic parts. It looks quite straight forward but requires some coding skills. If you can update rest of us after trying...

    BR
    -Jokke


  • That's it!

    I put my own .png gauge image in a separeted folder and its custom pointer using dial example in view.js, it works well.

    Thank you!