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README.md

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ViSi-Genie-Arduino-Library (A.K.A genieArduino)

Arduino Library for 4D Systems ViSi-Genie Environment

This library supports the following: Support for neagative numbers, unsigned longs, unsigned integers with the WriteStr function. Features enhanced String Writing capability, no longer is a character Array the only viable option. Support for Workshop4 PRO features. 2+ displays connected to a single Arduino, and adds a Demo to illustrate how that is achieved. New Internal and Inherent Widgets. Much more...

Information

This library provides high level functions for the Arduino, to ease communication with 4D Systems modules when using the module configured with ViSi-Genie. Workshop4 PRO adds additional features to ViSi-Genie, allowing the User to write 4DGL code which can be executed at will from ViSi-Genie, enabling many advanced features not previously possible. Please refer to the 4D Systems website, namingly the Workshop4 Product Page, for documentation regarding Workshop4, and its environments.

Installation

Library folder should be placed in the C:\Users(User name)\My Documents\Arduino\Libraries\ folder, or equivalent. (restart the IDE if already open).

PLEASE ensure that the old library (if installed) has been removed completely so it does not conflict.

For more information on the installation, please refer to [Installing Additional Arduino Libraries] (http://arduino.cc/en/Guide/Libraries)

Open the ViSi-Genie project using Workshop4 and download to your display, connect the display to Arduino, reset the Arduino and it should work.

This library should be discoverable from the Arduino IDE Library Manager too.

Example Sketch

Inside the library are 4 example sketches, to assist with getting started using this library. Inside is also a ViSi-Genie Workshop4 project, which can be used on a range of 4D Systems displays (designed on a uLCD-32PTU however can be changed via Workshop4 menu). It illustrates how to use some of the commands in the library include Read Object, Write Object, Reported Messages, Write Contrast and Write String.

Tested with

This library has been tested on the Duemilanove, Uno, Mega 1280, Mega 2560, Leonardo, Chipkit Max32, Due, Intel Galileo, Teensy and Yun (Software Serial only on Yun). Any problems discovered with this library, please contact technical support so fixes can be put in place, or seek support from our forum.

Compatible 4D Systems Display Modules

This library will work with all 4D Systems Modules which are capable of using the ViSi-Genie environment. This is therefore all Picaso, Pixxi-28, Pixxi-44 and Diablo16 Display Modules. The demo included with this library was made for the gen4-uLCD-32DCT-CLB (3.2" Capacitive Touch gen4 module) however can easily be adapted to other size displays.

General Library Discussion


This section serves to give brief discussion about the constructor and functions included in the library. For functional examples on how to use these functions in a project, refer to the examples folder.

Genie()

This is the constructor for the library. It creates a unique instance that can be set to use the desired serial port.

Genie genie; // Creates a new instance named 'genie'

Begin(Stream &serial)

Creates an instance of ViSi Genie by assigning a serial stream

Parameters Description
serial Stream object that represents the UART hardware
Serial.begin(115200); // Open Serial @115200. Can use other Serial UART's (Serial1, Serial2...) depending on your Arduino.
genie.Begin(Serial);  // Sets Serial/Serial0 to be used by the Genie instance 'genie'

WriteContrast(uint16_t value)

Sets the display contrast/brightness to a new value

Parameters Description
value New brightness/contrast value. The range of this value depends on the 4D display, Typically 0-15 Range
genie.WriteContrast(0); // Sets the contrast/brightness value to 0, effectively turning off the backlight
genie.WriteContrast(10); // Sets the contrast/brightness value to 10, about 2/3 max brightness

ReadObject(uint16_t object, uint16_t index)

Sends a request to read the value of the widget specified by object (ex: GENIE_OBJ_GAUGE) and index. The value will be sent as a GENIE_REPORT_OBJECT command. A full list of available objects (ex: GENIE_OBJ_GAUGE, GENIE_OBJ_SLIDER etc) can be found at the bottom of this Readme.

Parameters Description
object Type of target widget
index Index number of target widget
genie.ReadObject(GENIE_OBJ_GAUGE, 0); // Request a report of the widget Gauge0

WriteObject(uint16_t object, uint16_t index, uint16_t data)

Updates the widget, specified by object (ex: GENIE_OBJ_GAUGE) and index, to a new value specified by data A full list of available objects (ex: GENIE_OBJ_GAUGE, GENIE_OBJ_SLIDER etc) can be found at the bottom of this Readme.

Parameters Description
object Type of target widget
index Index number of target widget
data New value for the target widget
genie.WriteObject(GENIE_OBJ_GAUGE, 0, 50); // Sets Gauge0 to 50

WriteIntLedDigits(uint16_t index, int16_t data)

Updates the Internal LedDigits specified by index to a new 16-bit value, specified by data. The widget parameter Format in ViSi Genie project should be set to Int16. Internal LedDigits are availble for Diablo and Pixxi displays.

Parameters Description
index Index number of target Internal LedDigits
data New 16-bit integer value for the target Internal LedDigits
genie.WriteIntLedDigits(0, 50); // Sets ILedDigits0 to 50

WriteIntLedDigits(uint16_t index, float data)

Updates the Internal LedDigits specified by index to a new 32-bit float value, specified by data. The widget parameter Format in ViSi Genie project should be set to any Float option. Internal LedDigits are availble for Diablo and Pixxi displays.

Parameters Description
index Index number of target Internal LedDigits
data New 32-bit float value for the target Internal LedDigits
genie.WriteIntLedDigits(0, 3.1416f); // Sets ILedDigits0 to 3.1416

WriteIntLedDigits(uint16_t index, int32_t data)

Updates the Internal LedDigits specified by index to a new 32-bit integer value, specified by data. The widget parameter Format in ViSi Genie project should be set to Int16. Internal LedDigits are availble for Diablo and Pixxi displays.

Parameters Description
index Index number of target Internal LedDigits
data New 32-bit integer value for the target Internal LedDigits
genie.WriteIntLedDigits(0, 1000000L); // Sets ILedDigits0 to 1000000

WriteStr(uint16_t index, char * string)

Updates the String widget specified by index with a new character string specified by string

Parameters Description
index Index number of target String
string Character pointer containing the text to print in the String widget
genie.WriteStr(0, "Sample String"); // Set text in String0 to "Sample String"

WriteStr(uint16_t index, const __FlashStringHelper *ifsh)

Updates the String widget specified by index with a string stored in program space (flash memory) specified by ifsh. This is only available for AVR boards.

Parameters Description
index Index number of target String
ifsh Flash string containing the text to print in the String widget
// Writes the string stored in flash memory to String1
genie.WriteStr(1, F("Hello from Flash Memory")); // For AVR Arduinos only

WriteStr(uint16_t index, const String &s)

Updates the String widget specified by index with a String widget specified by s

Parameters Description
index Index number of target String
s String object containing the text to print in the String widget
String str = "This is string class";
genie.WriteStr(0, Str); // Writes the String class 'str' to String0

WriteStrU(uint16_t index, uint16_t * string)

Updates the String widget specified by index with a new Unicode (16-bit) character string specified by string

Parameters Description
index Index number of target String
string Character pointer containing the text to print in the String widget
uint16_t * unistr = {0x0034, 0x0044, 0x0020, 0x30B7, 0x30B9, 0x30C6, 0x30E0, 0x30BA, 0};
genie.WriteStr(2, unistr); // Writes the Unicode string "4D システムズ" to String2

WriteStr(uint16_t index, int n)

Updates the String widget specified by index with a new integer value n with base 10

Parameters Description
index Index number of target String
n Signed short integer value that will be formatted with base 10 to a string and will be printed in the String widget
genie.WriteStr(0, 10000); // Writes the value 10000 to String0

WriteStr(uint16_t index, int n, int base)

Updates the String widget specified by index with a new integer value n with base specified by base

Parameters Description
index Index number of target String
n Signed short integer value that will be formatted to a string and will be printed in the String widget
base Custom base to used when formatting the value to a string
genie.WriteStr(4, 10000, 16); // Writes the value 10000 to String4 in hexadecimal

WriteStr(uint16_t index, unsigned int n)

Updates the String widget specified by index with a new unsigned integer value n with base 10

Parameters Description
index Index number of target String
n Unsigned short integer value that will be formatted with base 10 to a string and will be printed in the String widget
unsigned int value = 40000;
genie.WriteStr(2, value); // Writes the value 40000 to String2

WriteStr(uint16_t index, unsigned int n, int base)

Updates the String widget specified by index with a new unsigned integer value n with base specified by base

Parameters Description
index Index number of target String
n Unsigned short integer value that will be formatted to a string and will be printed in the String widget
base Custom base to used when formatting the value to a string
unsigned int value = 40000;
genie.WriteStr(1, value, 16); // Writes the value 40000 to String1 in hexadecimal

WriteStr(uint16_t index, long n)

Updates the String widget specified by index with a new long value n with base 10

Parameters Description
index Index number of target String
n Signed long integer value that will be formatted with base 10 to a string and will be printed in the String widget
genie.WriteStr(2, 100000L); // Writes the value 100000 to String2

WriteStr(uint16_t index, long n, int base)

Updates the String widget specified by index with a new long value n with base specified by base

Parameters Description
index Index number of target String
n Signed long integer value that will be formatted to a string and will be printed in the String widget
base Custom base to used when formatting the value to a string
genie.WriteStr(3, 100000L, 8); // Writes the value 100000 to String3 in octal

WriteStr(uint16_t index, unsigned long n)

Updates the String widget specified by index with a new unsigned long value n with base 10

Parameters Description
index Index number of target String
n Unsigned long integer value that will be formatted with base 10 to a string and will be printed in the String widget
genie.WriteStr(0, 3000000000UL); // Writes the value 3000000000 to String0

WriteStr(uint16_t index, unsigned long n, int base)

Updates the String widget specified by index with a new unsigned long value n with base specified by base

Parameters Description
index Index number of target String
n Unsigned long integer value that will be formatted to a string and will be printed in the String widget
base Custom base to used when formatting the value to a string
genie.WriteStr(1, 3000000000UL, 16); // Writes the value 3000000000 to String1 in hexadecimal

WriteStr(uint16_t index, double n)

Updates the String widget specified by index with a new 64-bit float value n with 2 decimal digits

Parameters Description
index Index number of target String
n Signed 64-bit float value that will be formatted to a string with 2 decimal places (default) and will be printed in the String widget
double value = 175.3456;
genie.WriteStr(0, value); // Writes the 64-bit float value 175.3456 to String0
                          // with 2 decimal places (175.34)

WriteStr(uint16_t index, double n, digits)

Updates the String widget specified by index with a new 64-bit float value n with the number of decimal digits as specified by digits

Parameters Description
index Index number of target String
n Signed 64-bit float value that will be formatted to a string and will be printed in the String widget
digits Number of decimal places to format the value with
double value = 175.3456;
genie.WriteStr(0, value, 4); // Writes the 64-bit float value 175.3456 to String0
							 // with 4 decimal places (175.3456)

WriteInhLabel(uint16_t index)

Updates the Inherent Label widget specified by index with the default contents defined in Workshop4

Parameters Description
index Index number of target Inherent Label
genie.WriteInhLabel(1); // Set text in ILabelB1 to default String

WriteInhLabel(uint16_t index, char * string)

Updates the Inherent Label widget specified by index with a new character string specified by string

Parameters Description
index Index number of target Inherent Label
string Character pointer containing the text to print in the Inherent Label widget
genie.WriteInhLabel(0, "Sample String"); // Set text in ILabelB0 to "Sample String"

WriteInhLabel(uint16_t index, const __FlashStringHelper *ifsh)

Updates the Inherent Label widget specified by index with a string stored in program space (flash memory) specified by ifsh. This is only available for AVR boards.

Parameters Description
index Index number of target Inherent Label
ifsh Flash string containing the text to print in the Inherent Label widget
// Writes the string stored in flash memory to ILabelB1
genie.WriteInhLabel(1, F("Hello from Flash Memory")); // For AVR Arduinos only

WriteInhLabel(uint16_t index, const String &s)

Updates the Inherent Label widget specified by index with a Inherent Label widget specified by s

Parameters Description
index Index number of target Inherent Label
s String object containing the text to print in the Inherent Label widget
String str = "This is string class";
genie.WriteInhLabel(0, Str); // Writes the String class 'str' to ILabelB0

WriteInhLabel(uint16_t index, int n)

Updates the Inherent Label widget specified by index with a new integer value n with base 10

Parameters Description
index Index number of target Inherent Label
n Signed short integer value that will be formatted with base 10 to a string and will be printed in the Inherent Label widget
genie.WriteInhLabel(0, 10000); // Writes the value 10000 to ILabelB0

WriteInhLabel(uint16_t index, int n, int base)

Updates the Inherent Label widget specified by index with a new integer value n with base specified by base

Parameters Description
index Index number of target Inherent Label
n Signed short integer value that will be formatted to a string and will be printed in the Inherent Label widget
base Custom base to used when formatting the value to a string
// Writes the value 10000 to ILabelB4 in hexadecimal
genie.WriteInhLabel(4, 10000, 16); 

WriteInhLabel(uint16_t index, unsigned int n)

Updates the Inherent Label widget specified by index with a new unsigned integer value n with base 10

Parameters Description
index Index number of target Inherent Label
n Unsigned short integer value that will be formatted with base 10 to a string and will be printed in the Inherent Label widget
unsigned int value = 40000;
genie.WriteInhLabel(2, value); // Writes the value 40000 to ILabelB2

WriteInhLabel(uint16_t index, unsigned int n, int base)

Updates the Inherent Label widget specified by index with a new unsigned integer value n with base specified by base

Parameters Description
index Index number of target Inherent Label
n Unsigned short integer value that will be formatted to a string and will be printed in the Inherent Label widget
base Custom base to used when formatting the value to a string
unsigned int value = 40000;
// Writes the value 40000 to ILabelB1 in hexadecimal
genie.WriteInhLabel(1, value, 16); 

WriteInhLabel(uint16_t index, long n)

Updates the Inherent Label widget specified by index with a new long value n with base 10

Parameters Description
index Index number of target Inherent Label
n Signed long integer value that will be formatted with base 10 to a string and will be printed in the Inherent Label widget
genie.WriteInhLabel(2, 100000L); // Writes the value 100000 to ILabelB2

WriteInhLabel(uint16_t index, long n, int base)

Updates the Inherent Label widget specified by index with a new long value n with base specified by base

Parameters Description
index Index number of target Inherent Label
n Signed long integer value that will be formatted to a string and will be printed in the Inherent Label widget
base Custom base to used when formatting the value to a string
// Writes the value 100000 to ILabelB3 in octal
genie.WriteInhLabel(3, 100000L, 8); 

WriteInhLabel(uint16_t index, unsigned long n)

Updates the Inherent Label widget specified by index with a new unsigned long value n with base 10

Parameters Description
index Index number of target Inherent Label
n Unsigned long integer value that will be formatted with base 10 to a string and will be printed in the Inherent Label widget
genie.WriteInhLabel(0, 3000000000UL); // Writes the value 3000000000 to ILabelB0

WriteInhLabel(uint16_t index, unsigned long n, int base)

Updates the Inherent Label widget specified by index with a new unsigned long value n with base specified by base

Parameters Description
index Index number of target Inherent Label
n Unsigned long integer value that will be formatted to a string and will be printed in the Inherent Label widget
base Custom base to used when formatting the value to a string
// Writes the value 3000000000 to ILabelB1 in hexadecimal
genie.WriteInhLabel(1, 3000000000UL, 16); 

WriteInhLabel(uint16_t index, double n)

Updates the Inherent Label widget specified by index with a new 64-bit float value n with 2 decimal digits

Parameters Description
index Index number of target Inherent Label
n Signed 64-bit float value that will be formatted to a string with 2 decimal places and will be printed in the Inherent Label widget
double value = 175.3456;
// Writes the 64-bit float value 175.3456 to ILabelB0
genie.WriteInhLabel(0, value); // with 2 decimal places (175.34)

WriteInhLabel(uint16_t index, double n, digits)

Updates the Inherent Label widget specified by index with a new 64-bit float value n with the number of decimal digits as specified by digits

Parameters Description
index Index number of target Inherent Label
n Signed 64-bit float value that will be formatted to a string and will be printed in the Inherent Label widget
digits Number of decimal places to format the value with
double value = 175.3456;
// Writes the 64-bit float value 175.3456 to ILabelB0 
genie.WriteInhLabel(0, value, 4); // with 4 decimal places (175.3456)

AttachEventHandler(UserEventHandlerPtr userHandler)

Attach an event handler to handle messages from the display (ex. GENIE_REPORT_EVENT and GENIE_REPORT_OBJECT). Ideally, the handler function doesn't do anything that blocks for a long period since this would cause the command handling to be delayed. Please refer to the demos provided for more context of what this looks like when implemented.

Parameters Description
userHandler Pointer to the handler function. The function should follow the format void userHandler()
  • Usage Example

    genie.AttachEventHandler(myGenieEventHandler); // Attach the event handler
                                                   // for processing messages
    
  • Handler Function Example

    void myGenieEventHandler(void)
    {
        genieFrame Event; // Prepare a genie frame container
        genie.DequeueEvent(&Event); // Store next message from display to 'Event'
    
        // Process event here (quickly), see example below
    
        // Check if the message stored in 'Event' is a GENIE_REPORT_EVENT from  Slider0
        if (genie.EventIs(&Event, GENIE_REPORT_EVENT, GENIE_OBJ_SLIDER, 0))    
        {
            // Receive the event data from the Slider0
            slider_val = genie.GetEventData(&Event);
            // Write Slider0 value to LedDigits0
            genie.WriteObject(GENIE_OBJ_LED_DIGITS, 0, slider_val);
        }          
    }
    

DoEvents()

This handles all the receiving of messages from the display and therefore should run as frequent as possible. This also calls the event handlers attached using AttachEventHandler, AttachMagicByteReader and AttachMagicDoubleByteReader This should be run in your main loop() or in a controlled function which runs as often as possible.

void loop()
{
    static long waitPeriod = millis();
    genie.DoEvents(); // Run as frequently as possible for best experience

    if (millis() >= waitPeriod)
    {
        // Update the display here

        // Ensure that this code block only runs after ~100ms
        waitPeriod = millis() + 100;
    }
}

EventIs(genieFrame * e, uint8_t cmd, uint8_t object, uint8_t index)

Returns true if the command stored in genieFrame e matches the criteria specified by cmd, object and index. Otherwise, returns false.

Parameters Description
e Pointer to a genieFrame structure that specifies where the event under evaluation is stored
cmd Specifies the type of command expected of the message
object Specifies the type of widget from which the event is from
index Specifies the index of widget from which the event is from
// Check if the message stored in 'Event' is a GENIE_REPORT_EVENT from Slider0
if (genie.EventIs(&Event, GENIE_REPORT_EVENT, GENIE_OBJ_SLIDER, 0))    
{
    // Receive the event data from the Slider0
    slider_val = genie.GetEventData(&Event);
    // Write Slider0 value to LedDigits0
    genie.WriteObject(GENIE_OBJ_LED_DIGITS, 0, slider_val);
}

DequeueEvent(genieFrame * buff)

Remove the next message from the queue and store it to genieFrame buff. This function should be used inside the custom event handler.

Parameters Description
buff Pointer to a genieFrame structure that specifies where the next event should be stored

See AttachEventHandler for an example.

GetEventData(genieFrame * e)

Retrieves the 16-bit value from genieFrame e

Parameters Description
buff Pointer to a genieFrame structure that specifies where the data to read is from

See AttachEventHandler for an example.

ViSi Genie Pro Library Discussion


AttachMagicByteReader(UserBytePtr userHandler)

Attach an event handler to handle magic bytes from the display. Magic Bytes needs to be programmed using Magic features (ex. MagicTouch, MagicRelease, etc.) of ViSi Genie.

It is suggested to store the data and process them later on to prevent a blocking delay.

Parameters Description
userHandler Pointer to the handler function. The function should follow the format void UserBytePtr(uint8_t, uint8_t)
  • Usage Example

    // Attach the event handler for processing magic bytes
    genie.AttachMagicByteReader(myMagicByteHandler);
    
  • Handler Function Example

    byte buffer0[255]; // Temporary buffer 0 to store the magic bytes
    byte buffer1[255]; // Temporary buffer 1 to store the magic bytes
    
    void myMagicByteHandler(uint8_t index, uint8_t len)
    {
        // If the magic bytes is coming from MagicObject0
        if (index == 0) {
            // Store the data to buffer0
            for (int i = 0; i < len; i++) {
                buffer0[i] = genie.GetNextByte();
            }
        }
        // If the magic bytes is coming from MagicObject1
        if (index == 1) {
            // Store the data to buffer1
            for (int i = 0; i < len; i++) {
                buffer1[i] = genie.GetNextByte();
            }
        }
    }
    

AttachMagicDoubleByteReader(UserDoubleBytePtr userHandler)

Attach an event handler to handle Magic Double Bytes from the display. Magic Double Bytes needs to be programmed using Magic features (ex. MagicTouch, MagicRelease, etc.) of ViSi Genie.

It is suggested to store the data and process them later on to prevent a blocking delay.

Parameters Description
userHandler Pointer to the handler function. The function should follow the format void UserBytePtr(uint8_t, uint8_t)
  • Usage Example

    // Attach the event handler for processing magic double bytes
    genie.AttachMagicDoubleByteReader(myMagicDoubleByteHandler);
    
  • Handler Function Example

    uint16_t buffer0[255]; // Temporary buffer 0 to store the magic double bytes
    uint16_t buffer1[255]; // Temporary buffer 1 to store the magic double bytes
    
    void myMagicDoubleByteHandler(uint8_t index, uint8_t len)
    {
        // If the magic double bytes is coming from MagicObject0
        if (index == 0) {
            // Store the data to buffer0
            for (int i = 0; i < len; i++) {
                buffer0[i] = genie.GetNextDoubleByte();
            }
        }
        // If the magic double bytes is coming from MagicObject1
        if (index == 1) {
            // Store the data to buffer1
            for (int i = 0; i < len; i++) {                  
                buffer1[i] = genie.GetNextDoubleByte();
            }
        }
    }
    

GetNextByte()

This function can be utilized to receive next incoming byte from the display. This should be used when receiving magic bytes in the user byte handler.

See AttachMagicByteReader for an example.

GetNextDoubleByte()

This function can be utilized to receive next two (2) incoming bytes from the display. This should be used when receiving magic double bytes in the user double byte handler.

See AttachMagicDoubleByteReader for an example.

WriteMagicBytes(uint16_t index, uint8_t *bytes, uint16_t len)

Send magic bytes with size len to MagicObject specified by index. The specified MagicObject should be programmed to handle the magic bytes that will be sent by this function.

Parameters Description
index Index of MagicObject that is programmed to receive and process the data
bytes Pointer to a byte array that specifies where the data is stored
len Specifies the number of bytes to send
uint8_t bytes[] = {0x34, 0x44, 0x20, 0x53, 0x79, 0x73, 0x74, 0x65, 0x6d, 0x73};
genie.WriteMagicBytes(0, bytes, 10); // Writes 10 magic bytes to MagicObject0

WriteMagicDBytes(uint16_t index, uint16_t *dbytes, uint16_t len)

Send magic * bytes* with size len to MagicObject specified by index. The specified MagicObject should be programmed to handle the magic bytes that will be sent by this function.

Parameters Description
index Index of MagicObject that is programmed to receive and process the data
dbytes Pointer to a 16-bit array that specifies where the data is stored
len Specifies the number of double bytes to send
uint16_t dbytes[] = {0x0034, 0x0044, 0x0020, 0x30B7, 0x30B9, 0x30C6, 0x30E0, 0x30BA};
genie.WriteMagicDBytes(1, dbytes, 8); // Writes 8 magic double bytes to MagicObject1

Available Library Object Types


This section lists all of the objects/widgets that are available to be used by this library, which represent each of the widgets available to be placed using the Workshop4 IDE.

These object names are inserted into the ReadObject and WriteObject functions (listed above), and data received back from them presents itself in the AttachEventHandler function.

For more information on each of the actual Widgets in Workshop4, please refer to the Workshop4 Widgets Reference Manual - available on the Workshop4 Product page of the 4D Systems website.

Object Name Description
GENIE_OBJ_DIPSW Dip Switch Widget
GENIE_OBJ_KNOB Knob Widget
GENIE_OBJ_ROCKERSW Rocker Switch Widget
GENIE_OBJ_ROTARYSW Rotary Switch Widget
GENIE_OBJ_SLIDER Slider Widget
GENIE_OBJ_TRACKBAR Track Bar Widget
GENIE_OBJ_WINBUTTON Winbutton Widget
GENIE_OBJ_ANGULAR_METER Angular Meter Widget
GENIE_OBJ_COOL_GAUGE Cool Gauge Widget
GENIE_OBJ_CUSTOM_DIGITS Custom Digits Widget
GENIE_OBJ_FORM Form Widget
GENIE_OBJ_GAUGE Gauge Widget
GENIE_OBJ_IMAGE Image Widget
GENIE_OBJ_KEYBOARD Keyboard Widget
GENIE_OBJ_LED LED Widget
GENIE_OBJ_LED_DIGITS LED Digits Widget
GENIE_OBJ_METER Meter Widget
GENIE_OBJ_STRINGS String Widget
GENIE_OBJ_THERMOMETER Thermometer Widget
GENIE_OBJ_USER_LED User LED Widget
GENIE_OBJ_VIDEO Video Widget
GENIE_OBJ_STATIC_TEXT Static Text Widget
GENIE_OBJ_SOUND Sound Widget
GENIE_OBJ_TIMER Timer Widget
GENIE_OBJ_SPECTRUM Spectrum Widget
GENIE_OBJ_SCOPE Scope Widget
GENIE_OBJ_TANK Tank Widget
GENIE_OBJ_USERIMAGES User Images Widget
GENIE_OBJ_PINOUTPUT Pin Output Widget
GENIE_OBJ_PININPUT Pin Input Widget
GENIE_OBJ_4DBUTTON 4D Button Widget
GENIE_OBJ_ANIBUTTON Animated Button Widget
GENIE_OBJ_COLORPICKER Colour Picker Widget
GENIE_OBJ_USERBUTTON User Button Widget
GENIE_OBJ_SMARTGAUGE Smart Gauge Widget (PRO Only)
GENIE_OBJ_SMARTSLIDER Smart Slider Widget (PRO Only)
GENIE_OBJ_SMARTKNOB Smart Knob Widget (PRO Only)
GENIE_OBJ_ILED_DIGITS_H Internal LED Digits Widget - High Byte
GENIE_OBJ_ILED_DIGITS_L Internal LED Digits Widget - Low Byte
GENIE_OBJ_IANGULAR_METER Internal Angular Meter Widget
GENIE_OBJ_IGAUGE Internal Gauge Widget
GENIE_OBJ_ILED Internal LED Widget
GENIE_OBJ_INEEDLE Internal Needle Widget
GENIE_OBJ_IRULER Internal Ruler Widget
GENIE_OBJ_ILED_DIGIT Internal LED Digit Widget
GENIE_OBJ_ILED_DIGITS Internal LED Digits Widget
GENIE_OBJ_IBUTTOND Internal Button D Widget
GENIE_OBJ_IDIAL Internal Dial Widget
GENIE_OBJ_ISWITCH Internal Switch Widget
GENIE_OBJ_ISLIDERE Internal Slider E Widget
GENIE_OBJ_IBUTTONE Inherent Button E Widget
GENIE_OBJ_ITOGGLE_INPUT Inherent Toggle Input Widget
GENIE_OBJ_ILABELB Inherent Label B Widget
GENIE_OBJ_IUSER_GAUGE Inherent User Gauge Widget
GENIE_OBJ_IMEDIA_BUTTON Inherent Media Button Widget
GENIE_OBJ_IMEDIA_GAUGE Inherent Media Gauge Widget
GENIE_OBJ_IMEDIA_THERMOMETER Inherent Media Thermometer Widget
GENIE_OBJ_IMEDIA_ROTARY Inherent Media Rotary Widget
GENIE_OBJ_IMEDIA_LED Inherent Media LED Widget
GENIE_OBJ_IMEDIA_SLIDER Inherent Media Slider Widget
GENIE_OBJ_IROTARY_INPUT Inherent Rotary Input Widget
GENIE_OBJ_ISWITCHB Inherent Switch B Widget
GENIE_OBJ_ISLIDERH Inherent Slider H Widget
GENIE_OBJ_ISLIDERG Inherent Slider G Widget
GENIE_OBJ_ISLIDERF Inherent Slider F Widget
GENIE_OBJ_ISLIDERD Inherent Slider D Widget
GENIE_OBJ_ISLIDERC Inherent Slider C Widget
GENIE_OBJ_ILINEAR_INPUT Inherent Linear Input Widget

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