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Old 06-05-2008, 03:14 PM
Brian Drummond
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Default Re: ANNOUNCE:-- TimingAnalyzer Free Version -- Draw timing diagrams

On Wed, 4 Jun 2008 12:44:03 -0700 (PDT), rickman <[email protected]>
wrote:

>On Jun 2, 8:58 am, timinganalyzer <[email protected]> wrote:
>> Hello All,
>>
>> The TimingAnalyzer can be used to quickly and easily draw timing
>> diagrams.
>> Signals, clocks, buses, delays, constraints, and states are easily
>> added
>> from the GUI.


>> www.timing-diagrams.com
>>
>> Comments and feedback are welcome at
>>
>> [email protected]

>
>I spent about 5 minutes working with this program before I gave up.
>My reason is not the problem posted below, but because of the user
>interface decisions made. I don't know why every new program has to
>reinvent something about the user interface. There is a standard call
>Common User Interface (CUI) that is even documented by Microsoft,
>IIRC.


Do you work in the NHS, or for one of their equipment suppliers?
All the CUI references (including http://www.mscui.net/ seem to be
associated with the health care sector.

If you are thinking of some other user interface specification, can you
help find it?

(Not that a specification for the medical industry couldn't be more
generally useful, but it seems unlikely to cover complex drawing tools)

- Brian
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