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Elegant modern UI way of displaying steps complete in a sequence

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Hello everyone,

 

Is there a UI toolkit or a manual way to create a nice elegant modern UI way of displaying steps complete in a sequence? I've attached one example from the web.

 

I know the basic way in LabVIEW can be just a bunch of boolean indicators lined up and turned on one by one. 

 

But I was looking for a nicer way of displaying, like the example I've attached... a node tree or node line where the completed steps all turn green up to the current step.

 

Thanks!

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Are you using NI TestStand?

It has LabVIEW GUI too.

 

George Zou
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Well, that's just a fancy Horizontal Progress Bar or Horizontal Graduated Bar

 

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Ah of course! 

 

I've used it a thousand times, but it didn't occur to me to overlap the progress bar with boolean indicators.

 

Thanks!

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@abvenk wrote:

Ah of course! 

 

I've used it a thousand times, but it didn't occur to me to overlap the progress bar with boolean indicators.

 

Thanks!


FYI, if you are referring to the picture, both pictures are of progress bars.  One is just a segmented progress bar.

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I like to use this.

"If you weren't supposed to push it, it wouldn't be a button."
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@billko wrote:

@abvenk wrote:

Ah of course! 

 

I've used it a thousand times, but it didn't occur to me to overlap the progress bar with boolean indicators.

 

Thanks!


FYI, if you are referring to the picture, both pictures are of progress bars.  One is just a segmented progress bar.


I meant, I got my idea of how to implement the "node-segmented" progress bar that I had shared a picture of. If I overlapped round boolean indicators with a plain progress bar, I would achieve the "node-segmented" progress bar.

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