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hardware OS4   hardware OS4 : Stormwizard with GUI Editor further developed Version
   posted by bernd_afa on 16-May-2010 17:21:00 (3703 reads)
Stormwizard with GUI Editor further developed Version

Here you can download and read more: http://stormwizard.amiforce.de/

The first screenshot is from OS4 from mrodfr, so it should here work too.

Additionally there are Macros that work the same as MUI Macros (Read more)


#define get(obj,attr,store) GetAttr(attr,obj,(ULONG *)store)
#define set(gad,win,tag1,tagdata1) SetGadgetAttrs((gad),(win),0,(tag1),(tagdata1),TAG_DONE)
#define set2(gad,win,tag1,tagdata1,tag2,tagdata2) SetGadgetAttrs((gad),(win),0,(tag1),(tagdata1),(tag2),(tagdata2),TAG_DONE)
#define set3(gad,win,tag1,tagdata1,tag2,tagdata2,tag3,tagdata3) \
SetGadgetAttrs((gad),(win),0,(tag1),(tagdata1),(tag2),(tagdata2),(tag3),(tagdata3),TAG_DONE)
#define WZ_GadID(_msg) GetTagData(GA_ID,0,(struct TagItem *)(_msg)->IAddress)

#define setmutex(obj,win,n) set(obj,win,WMXA_Active,n)
#define setcycle(obj,win,n) set(obj,win,WCYCLEA_Active ,n)
#define setstring(obj,win,s) set(obj,win,WSTRINGA_String,(APTR)s)
#define setinteger(obj,win,n) set(obj,win,WINTEGERA_Long,n)
#define setcheckmark(obj,win,b) set(obj,win,WCHECKBOXA_Checked ,b)
#define setslider(obj,win,l) set(obj,win,WSLIDERA_Level,l)
#define settoggle(obj,win,l) set(obj,win,WTOGGLEA_Checked,l)

#define getmutex(obj,value) get(obj,WMXA_Active,value)
#define getcycle(obj,value) get(obj,WCYCLEA_Active ,value)
#define getstring(obj,string) get(obj,WSTRINGA_String,(APTR)string)
#define getinteger(obj,value) get(obj,WINTEGERA_Long,value)
#define getcheckmark(obj,value) get(obj,WCHECKBOXA_Checked ,value)
#define getslider(obj,value) get(obj,WSLIDERA_Level,value)
#define gettoggle(obj,value) get(obj,WTOGGLEA_Checked,value)
    

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Re: Stormwizard with GUI Editor further developed Version
Posted on 16-May-2010 21:43:34
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That's where interesting Bernd


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Re: Stormwizard with GUI Editor further developed Version
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So should i use this even on my OS4.1 system or keep using the native 51.3 (2005-11-15). As i see it this is continue development but as its 68k im unsure. It works at least :)

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so, with this library i can use ArtEffect again?.. now i cannot use it under my amiga os 4.1 Update 2.. the gui is unreadable..


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Re: Stormwizard with GUI Editor further developed Version
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Cool, thanks for that

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@nubechecorre

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so, with this library i can use ArtEffect again?.. now i cannot use it under my amiga os 4.1 Update 2.. the gui is unreadable..

ArtEffect4 runs fine with Update 2. Are you sure your GUI problem isn't related to the known problem with system locales? Delete all preferred languages in Prefs/Locale and try using plain English (ISO 8859-1) to see if it helps.


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Re: Stormwizard with GUI Editor further developed Version
Posted on 17-May-2010 8:32:57
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hello,

this new library is updated from the original sources. this library use the reaction
settings only on AOS4 and normal and zune one on AOS3.x.

the first screenshot on the site is with arteffect4 on my SAM667EP.

Thanks to bernd for this new version who work also on AOS4 (surely also on morphOS).

Last edited by Mrodfr on 17-May-2010 at 08:33 AM.


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I dont know, maybe mrodfr can say more, if it is fast enough on his slow SAM Hardware.

If on the SAM 667 MHZ Hardware its fast enough(in compare to reaction or MUI GUI), then for sure on faster OS4 HW its more better.

the new wizard lib have currently only nicer look, it do this by use of frameiclass, which use on OS4 the reaction GUI image background renderer, to use same look as you set in your Reaction prefs, which is in OS4 and possible full native.

there is only 1 Limit in the OS4 version, because i see no way to draw the Reaction Background pattern in the window.

If somebody know this and write a example prog and it hopefully work with 68k code, i can change AFA so it use the OS4 API to draw Reaction window Backgroundpattern, so 1 Version work on both.

I dont build a native Version, its also not so easy because i have strip with a script from Chaospro all

interface->function calls that only the OS4 compiler support.

currently AFA draw the zune window background pattern with correct offsets with this frameiclass Method ID. FRAME_WINDOW = 30

On MOS it look near same as old, because MOS have no nicer look when use frameiclass to draw GUI frames and backgorunds.

But a MOS dev/user ask for a new version to test, i send him this and i hear from him nothing more, so i guess it work on MOS too.

to get a nicer look on MOS, there is also possible to use framiclass Patches in the way MCP or Visualprefs do that on classic.

For all Versions, later it get also more features, but for this the GUI Editor need new compile too to use AISS images.
AISS images for buttons and some more.

because all wizard GUI are attached its then also possible to use in the Editor new images for Arteffect or other programs without change of the Program.

when new features are add, i need increase the lib num over the V51 native, so programs show the user, that he need newer Version

but for now, if you feel the new lib is too slow and you need no nicer look, you can also use the old Lib.

Last edited by bernd_afa on 17-May-2010 at 09:08 AM.
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I dont know, maybe mrodfr can say more, if it is fast enough on his slow SAM Hardware.


i don't see something related to slow on the previous posts ????

no, this new library isn't slow with art effect or amiblitz3 on SAM667EP, IMHO.


interesting explanations about the limitations, the differents platforms and the futur of this library, bernd. Great that you wil continue to enhance this lib

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Re: Stormwizard with GUI Editor further developed Version
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@Mrodfr

Does this mean that you used the 68k version of wizard.library (v45.x) on OS4.x and *not* the PPC native version (v51.x)?
Is this stable? Any speed differences due to emulation?

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Nice one


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Thanks that was the problem but now i have other problems related to the ArtEffecs PlugIn.. any hints?? :)

During the boot i can see the modules that it tries to load and it gives me some GRs with the plugins.. any hints on how to workaround the problem??

Thanks :)


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Re: Stormwizard with GUI Editor further developed Version
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@mrodfr
>i don't see something related to slow on the previous posts ????

i mean when it run on your 667 MHZ with good speed then on faster aone should run more faster.

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a info to use the GUI Editor.
You need add a assign

;BEGIN StormWIZARD
ASSIGN STORMWIZARD: ..../StormWIZARD
;END StormWIZARD

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Re: Stormwizard with GUI Editor further developed Version
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well bernd, you have done some little pun attempt at implying sam to be "slow" once again. face it.

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Re: Stormwizard with GUI Editor further developed Version
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>well bernd, you have done some little pun attempt at implying sam to be "slow" >once again. face it.

Yes SAM is the slowest OS4 system and so on all OS4 systems(except cybppc) it should run fast enough too.

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