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dldudley Posted - 02 Jun 2010 : 08:13:44
Slowly but surely, things are starting to gel...

Next, can I display a meter with more than one needle (Or is that just displaying several meters at the same location?)?

Have a situation where I need to display 3 variables with the same comparative scale. The comparison between the indicators is important, so I want to display all 3 meters on the same dial face.
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quinncurtis Posted - 02 Jun 2010 : 10:15:51
You can add as many RTMeterNeedleIndicator objects to a chart as you want. If they reference the same meter frame they will appear in the same meter.

RTMeterNeedleIndicator meterneedle1 = new RTMeterNeedleIndicator(meterframe1, processVar1);
...
RTMeterNeedleIndicator meterneedle2 = new RTMeterNeedleIndicator(meterframe1, processVar2);
...
RTMeterNeedleIndicator meterneedle3 = new RTMeterNeedleIndicator(meterframe1, processVar3);
...

chartVu.addChartObject(meterneedle1);
chartVu.addChartObject(meterneedle2);
chartVu.addChartObject(meterneedle3);

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