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Re: ProgressIndicator Questions

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  • Subject: [mg82240] Re: [mg82213] ProgressIndicator Questions
  • From: Murray Eisenberg <murray at>
  • Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2007 03:23:01 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: Mathematics & Statistics, Univ. of Mass./Amherst
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More about green:  I run Mathematica under Windows XP but with the 
Windows Classic Style appearance.  That's where I'm seeing the grayscale 
colors for the progress indicator.

If I switch to Windows XP Style, then indeed I see green squares 
migrating across the bar.

So evidently the result of ProgressIndicator depends on OS-specific things.

David Park wrote:
> I would like to use a ProgressIndicator, not to indicate progress in a 
> calculation, but to represent the transmission of information in a given 
> direction. Here is an example from ProgressIndicator Help that indicates the 
> type of display that I want:
> ProgressIndicator[Dynamic[Clock[Infinity]], Indeterminate]
> However, I want the ProgressIndicator to be much smaller and, as it would 
> be, I want the information flow in the opposite direction. If I make the 
> ProgressIndicator smaller there is no green portion to indicate a flow at 
> all.
> ProgressIndicator[Dynamic[Clock[Infinity]], Indeterminate,
>  ImageSize -> {75, 10}]
> I suspect this may be related to the width of the green portion and the 
> width of the ProgressIndicator.
> I can obtain a kind of right to left flow with the following construction:
> ProgressIndicator[Dynamic[2 - Clock[2]], {0, 2},
>  ImageSize -> {75, 10}]
> My questions are:
> 1) Is it possible to change the green and gray colors?
> 2) Or better, is it possible to specify the width of the ProgressIndicator 
> AND the location and width of the green region independently?
> Or are there any suggestions for independently constructing a flow 
> indicator, perhaps one that had the kind of shading that the 
> ProgressIndicator has?
> Thanks for any help on this.

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