# NiceChart Activation Code With Keygen (2022)

Once I need a chart component that can shows interpolated lines for one of my project. I don’t need a sophisticated full-featured chart, I just need a simple one with basic functionalities. Don’t find a way to do it with standard Delphi TChart component, I decided to write my own.
Currently it has three graph styles: lines, smooth lines with B-Splines, and bars. It has multilined title, legend, automatic y-axis, and supports multiple series. It also can produce a monochrome version of the graph using monochromatic brushes. Those features are sufficient for my programming needs.
I learned a lot from creating this component. I learned the algorithm to pick axis value range that are aligned to zero from an arbitrary set of values. I also learned some linear interpolation algoritms, although currently only B-splines that is accomodated in this component. And finally I understand why there’s only a handful chart component out there.
There are some main methods of the component:
procedure BeginUpdate;
￭ Call this method to prevent control updating its content. This is useful when you want to add bulky data to the chart. Don’t forget to call EndUpdate when you are done supplying data.
procedure EndUpdate;
￭ Call this method to reenable update. You must call BeginUpdate prior to call this method.
￭ Add a new series to the chart. A series can be a bar, line or smooth line type.
function ClientToChart(const X, Y: Integer; var AX, AY: Double): Boolean;
￭ Call this function to get X-axis and Y-axis value from mouse position. The X and Y parameters are the mouse position, and the corresponding X-axis and Y-axis values are stored in AX and AY variables. This function returns True if the supplied mouse position is within the X-axis and Y-axis range. Otherwise, it returns False.
procedure RemoveSeries(ASeries: TNiceSeries);
￭ Removes a series from the chart.
procedure Clear;
￭ Removes all series from the chart.
function CreateMetafile: TMetafile;
￭ Creates metafile (WMF) from the chart. This function is useful when you want to save the content of the chart to a file.
procedure CopyToClipboard;
￭ Copies the content of the chart to the clipboard. The content can be pasted in any application as a graphic image.

## NiceChart Crack+ [Mac/Win] [2022-Latest]

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NiceChart Source Code:
unit NiceChart;
interface
uses
Windows, Classes, Graphics, Controls;
type
TNiceSeries = class(TObject)
public
var MyPoints: array of Double;
public
constructor Create(X,Y: Double);
end;
type
TChartLegend = class(TObject)
public
XAlign: Boolean;
YAlign: Boolean;
Width: Double;
Height: Double;
end;
type
TChartTitle = class(TObject)
public
Text: string;
end;
type
TNiceChart = class(TCustomChart)
private
FLegend: TChartLegend;
FTitle: TChartTitle;
FGraphStyles: Boolean;
FShowLegend: Boolean;
FShowTitle: Boolean;
FShowValue: Boolean;
FShowCross: Boolean;
FRealAxisX: Double;
FRealAxisY: Double;
FValueAxisX: Double;
FValueAxisY: Double;
FLineStyles: Boolean;
FBSplineStyles: Boolean;
FHexColor: TColor;
F32Color: TColor;
FForcedCross: Boolean;
public
Constructor Create(AOwner: TComponent);
public
Properties
//Whether the graph shows legend and title
{Private}
FHexColor: TColor;
FForcedCross: Boolean;
//Whether the graph shows values
{Private}
FValueAxisX: Double;
FValueAxisY: Double;
end;

function GetLegendPosition(AX,AY: Double): LongInt;
function GetTitlePosition(AX,AY: Double): LongInt;

implementation
function GetLegendPosition(AX,AY: Double): LongInt;
begin
Result:=ControlRect(Chart).BottomRight.X;
end;
function GetTitlePosition(AX,AY: Double): LongInt;
begin
Result:=ControlRect(Chart).BottomRight.Y;
end;

begin
end.

TOneSeriesMouseClick(Sender: TObject): Boolean;

begin
if PointsCount 0 then
begin
FValueAxisX:=AX*MyPoints[PointIndex-1];

## NiceChart Crack+ Torrent (Activation Code) 2022 [New]

Hello,
I hope that you will find my small project useful.

So I’m no greek but I promise I can write a decent documemtation 😛

There is no design (yet). You can download the source code from
here:

As I said there isn’t a design yet, so If you want to design a design you have to use Windows Forms. I can give you a permission to use my current Windows Forms controls for this. So if you want to add a new chart type or a new brush you can use the current Windows Forms controls without any problem.

If you like the project you can donate to continue its development.

Thank you.

PS: NiceChart Crack Free Download is cross-plaform component, so you could use it on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X without any problems.

PS: NiceChart Crack Free Download is cross-plaform component, so you could use it on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X without any problems.

So this is no cross-platform component but only one Windows Form component and the rest of the system is client-side. I will remove all Windows stuff, including AppMonitor (which I need for some other controls) and use Adobe AS3 APIs and FlashX to implement it. In this way it is a hybrid component that runs in Mac OS X and Windows and not an embed component.

I do understand your point about cross-platform but I don’t think that this is possible to implement in a cross-platform GUI toolkit. How often do you change the appearance of a chart depending on what operating system the client is running? Or when you need to compile it for Windows only without any platform dependent compilation.

Now I don’t think that I will remove the cross-platform usage but I will try to make it more a platform-independent component. In this way you could generate a Windows Chart with the same design you see on your Mac.

A second reason is performance: For our embedded software we need a very fast chart engine. The current version is implemented with pure Delphi controls and no cross-platform API and is working as it should but if I could implement it with a cross-platform library it would be faster.

A third reason: I have to replace the Windows Form controls with CrossPlatform controls. If I don’t remove them and
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## NiceChart Crack Serial Key Free For Windows

Chart Widget which encapsulates an image of a Delphi chart. Provides fast access to the chart data and to the ability of drawing charts into a bitmap image.
GNU General Public License version 2 or later

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## What’s New In NiceChart?

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NiceChart is a very simple chart component for Delphi to help you make simple charts. It’s written in Delphi 2007, but is compatible with other Delphi versions (at least up to Delphi 2010).
NiceChart makes it possible to create a 2-dimensional line chart,
from XY series points that can be created using regular
function XY(const X, Y: Integer): Double; property of a Tseries or TPoint.
And series points can be added to the chart using
It also makes it possible to add a legend to a chart.
There’s no need for code to do the legend manually.
Just add a TChartLegend component to the chart, and point it
using a nicechart.LegendPos property.
lines to a chart in a single call. This method is more efficient than calling
There’s no need for additional code to assign ordinal numbers to a
series.
nicechart.AddXYSeriesToChart will take care of this for you,
and actually will make it possible to add XY series with ordinal numbers.
Nicechart supports various graph styles, including lines, smooth lines
with B-splines, and bars. There’s also monochrome (black and white) version
of charts. You can control the colour and shape of series points using
custom brushes, which are created using a style class.
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How To Install?
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You can get source code for NiceChart here:

and you should uncompress it to a folder (e.g. the delphi\source\v1.0 folder),
add this folder to project list, and then call the nicechart.dpr file from the project’s output folder.
Where to get help?
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You can get help online here:

## System Requirements For NiceChart:

Minimum:
OS: Windows 7, 8, 10
Processor: AMD Athlon 3.6 GHz
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: Dual-Core AMD HD4000 or NVIDIA GeForce 9400M
Hard Disk: 3 GB available space
Recommended:
Processor: AMD FX 8180 3.7 GHz
Memory: 4 GB RAM