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Program "Colors Builder" is intended for creation of harmonious color circuits for web-site and formation of sets of palettes for web-design. Opportunities of a choice of primary colour from a palette of colors are included in the program: using Windows dialogue, from scale of the colors generated by the program and "manual" input hexadecimal HTML codes of color. The program visually allows to select color scales from chosen (primary) colour with smooth transition from one color to another and to determine their six-digit hexadecimal codes. In the program the opportunity of preservation of the received color circuits is stipulated as: TXT a file and its viewing in the text editor; HTML a file and its viewing in the browser; copying of codes of colors in a clipboard. The program will be useful to web-designers and to programmers. It has intuitive - understandable interface, without installation.

  

hexadecimal color number

font color codes

behavior control

keyboard control

Hexadecimal Editor

advanced serial port control

 

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Effective File Search (EFS) is a powerful but easy to use search tool. Search any files on your computer or local network. Search in folders or results. Search filters include date and size, containing text or hexadecimal codes. You may use Boolean operators to perform multiple keyword searches. All results and parameters can be saved to file. Other features include export, Windows Explorer functionality (icons, context menus, drag and drop) and file operations (copy, rename, delete etc.).

Colors Builder: http://www.softholm.com/soft/colorsbuilder.zip

Effective File Search: http://www.sowsoft.com/efsearch.zip

 

WinI2C/DDC is a powerful solution that allows you to control display devices in the Windows environment via the DDC/CI protocol. It allows you to send DDC/CI commands via the standard video cable (VGA or DVI) and control all display devices that support the DDC/CI protocol: CRT/LCD monitors, projectors, plasma panels, etc. The WinI2C/DDC API allows you to perform all necessary operations with display devices: - Enumerate all installed monitors. - Get DDC/CI monitor capabilities. - Read EDID (extended display identification data) directly from the monitor. EDID contains basic information about the monitor and its capabilities, including vendor information, maximum image size, color characteristics, factory preset timings, frequency range limits, and character strings for the monitor name and serial number. - Read and change such monitor settings as brightness, contrast, screen position, size, color gain, etc. - Execute any commands that the display device supports via DDC/CI. - A wide set of advanced operations, for example, changing EDID or display's firmware. WinI2C/DDC SDK contains detailed documentation as well as examples of applications for various programming languages (C++, VB, Delphi, C#, VB.NET) that will allow you to start working with WinI2C/DDC immediately. 

WinI2C-DDC: http://nicomsoft.com/wini2cddc/wini2cddc.zip

WinI2C-DDC Lite: http://nicomsoft.com/wini2cddc/wini2cddclite.zip

WinI2C/DDC is a powerful solution that allows you to control display devices in the Windows environment via the DDC/CI protocol. It allows you to send DDC/CI commands via the standard video cable (VGA or DVI) and control all display devices that support the DDC/CI protocol: CRT/LCD monitors, projectors, plasma panels, etc. WinI2C/DDC is the fastest and cost-effective way to create such software as color calibration solutions or OSD replacement utilities. The WinI2C/DDC library can be very useful in a lot of projects, for example, it can be integrated into any asset management software for providing all necessary information about installed display devices. WinI2C/DDC can also be used for In System Programming (ISP) via VGA/DVI, for example, by OEM monitor manufacturers for updating the firmware of their monitors. The WinI2C/DDC API allows you to perform all necessary operations with display devices: - Enumerate all installed monitors. - Get DDC/CI monitor capabilities. - Read EDID (extended display identification data) directly from the monitor. EDID contains basic information about the monitor and its capabilities, including vendor information, maximum image size, color characteristics, factory preset timings, frequency range limits, and character strings for the monitor name and serial number. - Read and change such monitor settings as brightness, contrast, screen position, size, color gain, etc. - Execute any commands that the display device supports via DDC/CI. - A wide set of advanced operations, for example, changing EDID or display's firmware. 

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