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|Components > Indicators and Gauges > Other|
TDistract Bar v.1.2||FWS
||17 Jun 1999
|By Rangel Gustavo Reale. This component is a "replacement" for a progress dialog, in the cases where you don_t know how long it will take to end the operation. It is meant to "distract" the user with a fancy animation, while the operation is executed. Component is a serie of bars, where each can be on or off, enabled by a mask, or by properties. You can enable the bars yourself, but you can animate then automatically, with the processes included.|
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|DB-Aware Components > Direct DB Access > MySQL|
TMySQL Dataset v.0.7||FWS
||04 Aug 1999
|By Rangel Gustavo Reale. This is a component to access MySQL databases from Delphi. It uses libmysql.dll (included), so no BDE, ODBC, or anything more, needed. This component descends from TDataset, so you should be able to link it to most visual database controls.|
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