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Dhilip89

Periodic Table Of Chemical Elements

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hello, I just made a simple periodic table with AutoIt3 for learning purposes.

It took me about few days to done it.

Version 1.0

Download(Source included):

Link 1: http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...mp;showfile=113

Link 2: http://rapidshare.com/files/93025828/Periodic_Table.zip.html

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Edited by Dhilip89

[u]My Projects[/u]:General:WinShell (Version 1.6)YouTube Video Downloader Core (Version 2.0)Periodic Table Of Chemical Elements (Version 1.0)Web-Based:Directory Listing Script Written In AutoIt3 (Version 1.9 RC1)UDFs:UnicodeURL UDFHTML Entity UDF[u]My Website:[/u]http://dhilip89.hopto.org/[u]Closed Sources:[/u]YouTube Video Downloader (Version 1.3)[quote]If 1 + 1 = 10, then 1 + 1 ≠ 2[/quote]

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It looks nice. I like the hover box, but it didn't work without the data file. Maybe that should be FileInstalled if not found? That would allow a single file distribution.

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very cool :) might be useful for some people out there....

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Where can I get _ControlHover.au3? I don't have the include...

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I like it!!! Maybe I'll learn something finally :)

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_ControlHover.au3

Where can I get _ControlHover.au3? I don't have the include...


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oooooooooooh, cool. maybe its just me, but i like periodic tables :P:) :)

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Thanks for all guys who replied this topic. :)

Sorry I forgot to include _ControlHover.au3 in the zip file, now I included it.

The compiled version has Data.ptd included inside it, it will extract Data.ptd if not found by using FileInstall().


[u]My Projects[/u]:General:WinShell (Version 1.6)YouTube Video Downloader Core (Version 2.0)Periodic Table Of Chemical Elements (Version 1.0)Web-Based:Directory Listing Script Written In AutoIt3 (Version 1.9 RC1)UDFs:UnicodeURL UDFHTML Entity UDF[u]My Website:[/u]http://dhilip89.hopto.org/[u]Closed Sources:[/u]YouTube Video Downloader (Version 1.3)[quote]If 1 + 1 = 10, then 1 + 1 ≠ 2[/quote]

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Nice. Can't find any other problems right now, but I don't feel like attacking it either.

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Like this one.

Thanx


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Oh Yes! Very Sweet! Looks very professional...

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#15 ·  Posted (edited)

Very Nice, sent it to my daughter, she just began her chemistry studies.

by the way, what does the region command do ? ---- "#region _ControlHover"

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very nicely done.. My gui's don't look anywhere near this good


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very nicely done.. My gui's don't look anywhere near this good

Nice. This is a perfect tool to help me study, in chemistry. Thanks. :)

Another cool feature to add is a pronounciation key to the information about the element.

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Awesome job, looks really professional.

If you have a few seconds, could you explain a bit how you did the hovering thing? Cos I don't get the function. All I could see is that it only tells you if the mouse is over a control.

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