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GuiFloatAbs SynthEdit is a GUI float synthesizer. A float is a number with decimal point. It can also be read as a single digit number. A number can be read as a float by setting to 0 decimal places. The value of a float can be read directly from a GUI float.
This module contains a GUI float synthesizer with a graphical display. It also contains two parameters that can be used to make the synthesizer work for negative numbers. This is a procedural synthesizer, meaning it can calculate any number.
The synthesizer gives a graphical representation of the number. It can be read either in the usual direction, left to right, or in the reverse direction, right to left.
Differences to GuiFloatSynthFilter Module:
GuiFloatAbs SynthEdit uses the same algorithm as GuiFloatSynthFilter, except it treats negative numbers as positive numbers. The GUI control will allow -0.
The synthesizer can be used as follows:
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KEYMACRO is a key macro of the Wait application.
NAME: The name of the KEYMACRO.
EXPIRATION: The delay period in seconds from the program’s beginning until the key combination is pressed. Default is 60 seconds (1 minute).
HIGHEST VALUE: For the red key combination the highest value of key repeat is used. This value is the default for all key combinations.
KEY: The combination of keys (for example, the ENTER key) that is pressed. You can write a combination of keys separated by the underscore character ‘_’.
KEYVALID: Determines if a key combination is valid or not. It is only a flag – it does not affect the program operation.
VALUE: The value of the key combination (if the KEYVALID flag is TRUE).
COMMAND: The command of the Wait application.
Additional Command Parameters
– the number of the command parameter. For example, if the number is 8, the 8th command parameter will be set to the value of the key combination pressed.
Example of use
Suppose that you want to wait for a key combination ENTER-NUM-8. The following example is a part of the waiting in the command prompt.
C:\>wait /n”KEYMACRO:> “/8” “value:%key%”
You will see that the program pauses for 8 seconds and will display the value of the key combination. Pressing the Enter key the program ends.
To run the program, type the following:
C:\>wait /n”KEYMACRO:> “/8” “value:%key%”
The wait command has a parameter /n that can be used to specify a waiting delay. The following will wait 5 seconds:
C:\>wait /n 5 “message”
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Waits for the interval specified (default is 1 second), then it runs the passed command. If any error occurs, exit the application and show the command output with the error info.
Can be run with a command with no arguments, if the command contains only one word.
> wait pause
Waits 1 second, and runs pause.
> wait pause
Error: needs an operand
pause > pause
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I post here an example on how to use it from the command line. Please check if it is the one you need.
Step by step:
Copy and paste the “Wait.bat” file below in the same directory where you
put the executable of the application.
Double-click on “Wait.bat” file.
I used Windows XP as an example.
C:\Documents and Settings\Your Name\My Documents\Programming\Wait.bat
rem Здесь вы выполните то, что нужно, для проверки.
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Wait is a Windows application that can be configured to display a custom message on the screen for any duration. It can be accessed from the command-line interface and used to remind yourself of important tasks that you have to take care of right away.
Posted by Anonymous on 18.08.2016 in Developer Preview 3
Posted by Anonymous on 15.08.2016 in Developer Preview 2
Waiting is an application that helps you to wait. You can set a message for example to appear every 5 minutes, 30 minutes or 1 hour. Just start the application and you are ready.
In the main window, you can set a custom message, title of the window, number of seconds to wait and the application will wait until the message is displayed. In addition you can set the application to be silent.
For those who want to know more, the program also has some help file. If you have any question, don’t hesitate to post them.
Posted by Anonymous on 09.07.2016 in Developer Preview 1
Waiting needs administrator rights. But if you are administrator and you right-click on the.exe-file (waiting.exe) and you choose to open with windows it will not open. It needs an administrator to open.
Posted by Anonymous on 01.06.2016 in New
Posted by Matthias On 01.06.2016 in New
A good idea. Only the size of the window is too small for my taste. I don’t know why the program has a size of 382×400, I have a 4K screen.
Posted by Matthias On 22.05.2016 in New
Very useful and simple program.
Posted by Matthias On 01.05.2016 in New
The program is buggy. I installed it on my Win 8.1 PC. It works well, when I try to set a timer, it does not work. It is installed again, the timer is still not working, and the test is correct.
Posted by Anonymous on 01.05.2016 in New
Why do you need admin rights?
Posted by Xoanong on 12.03.2016 in New
Posted by Matthias on 31.03.2016 in New
Needs admin rights? Not like other applications that needs it.
Posted by Sergey on 30.03.2016 in New
Posted by Anonymous on 30.03.2016 in New
This app is very good!
Posted by Anonymous on 26.03.2016 in New
Posted by Anonymous on 24.03.2016 in New
Works like a charm on my Win 10 Creators update.
Posted by Anonymous
OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
CPU: AMD Athlon, Core 2 Duo, Opteron, Xeon, Pentium IV
RAM: 2 GB
Graphics: DirectX 8.1-compatible or later
DirectX: Version 8.1
Network: Broadband Internet connection
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