Interface Overview

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Software Interface Main Elements

The main window of the Visual Lottery Analyser is divided into 5 parts.


1. Command buttons
With this software you can use two types of interfaces that gives you access to all software commands and features:
a) Ribbon Bar ( top of the window )

The Ribbon is the state-of-the-art user interface, introduced in Microsoft Office 2007. Our software use now Office 2010 style.
It provides easy and quick access to software commands.
All commands are grouped into groups within the following ribbon bar interface pages:

Application Menu | Lottery | Gaming | Tools | Interface | Software | Help
See also: Ribbon Bar End-User Capabilities


b) Start Screen

Windows 8 inspired interface elements. The new Windows Tile interface allows you to re-imagine the way in which the software interacts with you.
This release of  Visual Lottery Analyser includes start screen a sneak-peek preview into a future interface.
Besides start screen currently for easy use also the My Games feature has it included.
We will update software with this interface mode and include more screens in the future minor releases.

Main Start Screen | Lottery | Gaming | Lottery Tools | Support & Help | License & Software Tools



2. Docking Windows

On the left side of the main window are located two small windows that can be docked together

See the Docking Windows topic

3.  Windows

Central area of main window where software features will open its windows.
You can open all windows as tabbed windows, also you can now double-click or drag a tab to move the corresponding feature to a separate floating window.
Also in this central area two additional windows can be opened Ticket Window and Lottery Numbers Window
These windows can be easily docked back into the tabbed container by dragging the appropriate window onto the tab header panel.


4. Status Bar


A Status bar on the bottom of the main window provides a way through which programs displays various kinds of status information

Left, the smallest panel displays the following information:


StatusBarIcon1 Ready
When program is in idle state or just finish doing something        

StatusBarIcon2 Status
When some but not critical problem occur during the execution of a command or when some action is not finished successfully

StatusBarIcon3 Critical Error

When critical error occurred and software cannot continue or an action was performed unsuccessful, incomplete.        
StatusBarIcon5 Error
When error occurred but not critical error also when user performed not permitted action

StatusBarIcon4 Info

When software is working or for showing tips information


The last part of the status bar, right next to the last panel this is a Size Grip, The size grip allows to resize the window by dragging the status bar's right-bottom corner.



Windows Touch Support

Software has Touch Screen enabled interface - from the dragging of interface elements to horizontal and vertical scrolling.

You can now use gestures (such as tap, flick and pinch) to scroll, zoom and rotate charts, grids and everything else within our software.

Use all features with one finger tap on the screen on any touch enabled device. 


Multi  Monitor Support

Software supports multi monitor features. You can detach any window and drag the window into other monitor display