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Fish-eye sample dashboard


I am using v4.5. I can't find the images that are used for this sample. I'm trying to learn how to create it. Does the images not come with the software? I don't have any images that are related to use. I can use unrelated photo images if necessary.

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2008 at 08:18 AM

    Fish-eyes, is a control which you can use to display a list of pictures, you have 2 options , to embed the pictures into ur model, or to refer the pictures to some links.

    good luck


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      Hi Amr.

      I understand what you said, but that wasn't my question.

      I only wanted to know whether the image files that were used with the sample model actually existed so that I could download them.

      After further checking, the folder that they should be in is a xcelsius 4.0 folder, so I suspect that the developers just brought the model file over, not realizing that they did not include the sample image files in version 4.5.

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    Posted on Oct 27, 2008 at 08:02 PM

    When there are components that contain images, saving the Xcelsius file will "imprint" the image onto the component.

    Therefore, the image can be seen when opening the xlf file on a remote machine that doesn't have the file.

    In order to replicate from scratch, you will have import your own images. According to the file import browser, the component accepts .jpg, .png, .gif, .bmp, and .swf file types.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Tracy,

      Sorry about that, I completely missed the part about using 4.5.

      The "file import browser" that I spoke of earlier is exactly what you found (clicking on the floppy disc icon in the "Import Thumbnail" window.

      Sorry about the confusion.

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