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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]>

>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.

>> 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,

Do you work in the NHS, or for one of their equipment suppliers?
All the CUI references (including 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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