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#1 wez123

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Posted 27 April 2011 - 09:57 PM

Hi,

I'm programming using the SDK for the fx-9860GII, I was wondering if you would be able to help me find a way of replicating the menu's used at the bottom of the Add-Ins, usually to label the function keys. I just want to check if there is an easier way to do this other than manually drawing the labels.

Thank you very much

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Posted 28 April 2011 - 10:12 AM

I just want to check if there is an easier way to do this other than manually drawing the labels.

Hello,
I thing you have following possibilities:
1. find the menu you need (if it exists) in firmware and copy it to the screen. This is easy to do (for CPU), but difficult for developer, because different FW versions may have it on different places.
2. find a syscall which shows screen you need (this has very low probability as you will probably not ask user to optimize flash or set speed of drawing (dynamic graphs)
3. draw the menu yourself - this is easy, but arduous. You can use PrintMini() function and draw a rectangle around it or hard code bitmap in your source, your program will then simply copy this buffer in DD or VRAM.




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