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Gary Bradley Hardman
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Components > Misc. Effects > Other
TKnob v.1.0FWS 28 k 06 Dec 1999
By Gary Bradley Hardman. TKnob is native Delphi control that emulates a rotary knob. A TLabel can be associated with the Knob to show the current position value. The knob's Caption appears as a suffix to the TLabel. Help files included.
 
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Components > Indicators and Gauges > Leds
TLED and TLEDLabel v.1.1FWS 41 k 30 Nov 1999
By Gary Bradley Hardman. The TLED (v1.1) component emulates a simple Light Emitting Diode indicator. An LED control can be Red, Green or Yellow.

The LEDLabel control (v1.0) adds a Caption property, which can be aligned to the right, left, above or below the LED indicator using the Alignment property.

TLED and TLEDLabel have no window handles and therefore have a negligible impact on system resources. Efficient use of system resources is further preserved by loading only a single instance of the single bitmap required to paint an LED in all of its states into memory, regardless of the number of LED controls created.
 
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