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Jonathan Hosking
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Author Products

Total 5 products

Components > Indicators and Gauges > Displays
TLCD99 v.1.81FWS 38 k 14 Aug 2001
By Jonathan Hosking. A component that looks like an LCD display. It has the following features:
  • Fully customisable source code, which can be edited if necessary.
  • A popup menu can be used with the control.
  • Doesn't require bitmaps to operate. It simply generates the LCD digits.
  • LCD digits can be adjusted in size and space.
  • The display can be updated with an animation effect.
  • Works on Windows 95, NT and 2000.
  • Compact size, only occupying 27KB when compiled in Delphi 1 (21KB in Delphi 6).

 
Fully functional
Source: Included
Download: CB1 CB3 D1 D2 D4 D5 D6  Homepage

Components > Misc. Effects > Hints
TOffice97 Balloon v.1.2FWS 19 k 19 Apr 1999
By Jonathan Hosking. A component that looks just like the Office Assistant balloons in Office 97. This can be used with TOffice97Button component to create Office Assistant balloon applications. An example application is included with the component.
 
Fully functional
Source: Included
Download: D2  Homepage

Components > Buttons and Check Boxes > MS Style Buttons
TOffice97 Button v.2.16FWS 67 k 21 Feb 2002
By Jonathan Hosking. A component that looks and feels almost exactly like the controls that appear in the Office Assistant balloons in Office 97 and Office 2000.

It has the following features:

  • Fully customisable source code, which can be edited if necessary.
  • "Active" border and button glyphs, which change depending on the state of the control.
  • "Active" button glyphs can be easily modified, positioned and turned on or off.
  • Control can act like any control that appears in the Office Assistant balloons in Office 97 and Office 2000.
  • A popup menu can be used with the control.
  • Fully compatible with the TButton component (It has all the properties and events of the TButton component).
  • Compact size, only occupying 52KB when compiled in Delphi 1.0 (47KB in Delphi 6.0).

 
Fully functional
Source: Included
Download: CB1 CB3 CB4 D1 D2 D4 D5 D6  Homepage

Applications in Delphi and BCB > Games > Logical Games
Towers of Hanoi v.1.0FWS 25 k 05 Apr 1999
By Jonathan Hosking. A Delphi 2.0 program for that solves the Towers of Hanoi problem. A DOS version is also available, but this has some limitations.
 
Fully functional
Source: Included
Download: NT4 W95 W98  Homepage

Components > Date and Time > Schedulers
TYearPlanner v.2.71FWS 77 k 23 May 2002
By Jonathan Hosking. A component that looks like a year planner. It has the following features:
  • Individual dates can have their own hints and custom colours.
  • Multiple cells can be selected.
  • Fully customisable source code, which can be edited if necessary.
  • A popup menu can be used with the control.
  • Works on Windows 95, NT and 2000.
  • Compact size, only occupying 54 KB when compiled in Delphi 1.0 (44 KB in Delphi 5.0).

 
Fully functional
Source: Included
Download: CB1 CB3 CB4 D1 D2 D4 D5 D6  Homepage


 


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