Glyph Viewer is a small utility usefull to chose the glyph you want to put in a Delphi Button.
By default the program search glyphs in �LPHI%\IMAGES\BUTTONS (where �LPHI% is your Delphi path), but you can put a path on the command line to select the startup directory.
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Write one line of code to select any glyph you like from your list of standard glyphs, available in LPLANG.
Use through its Button Editor.
Moreover, Glyph Viewer can save/load your collected data, and create new data with its toolbox.

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I am trying to code a function that gets a random element from an array.
// Random number
var rand = Math.floor(Math.random() * 10);

// Select random element
function choice() {
var randomElement = [‘a’, ‘b’, ‘c’, ‘d’, ‘e’, ‘f’];
var elements = [‘a’, ‘b’, ‘c’, ‘d’, ‘e’, ‘f’];
var randomElementIndex = Math.floor((Math.random() * elements.length));

var selectedElement = elements[randomElementIndex];
return selectedElement;

I could go and write many if statements to cover all possible possibilities like
if (rand >= 1 && rand = 5 && rand = 9 && rand

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-Glyphs are bitmaps generated with the Indy GDI classes.
-Structure is very simple: you set the caption and the bmp in a TButton.
-Elements can be selected with the little circles on the buttons.
-The tool show the selected elements in a table (only with the text selected).
-You can choose any font of your Delphi.
-If you change the font size, the buttons will scale.
-You can save the buttons in the GIF format, or create a TImage.
-Select :
All the elements: a single button with all the glyphs in the background
Selected texts : all the texts will have a background
Selected images : all the images will have a background
Selected images and texts : all the elements will have a background
-Install into the program directory.
-Add the PNG images of fonts you want to choose.
-Add the PNG images of backgrounds you want to use for the buttons.
-Add a.dpr file which uses GIF images in a separate procedure.
-Add a.dpr file which uses GIF images in a separate procedure.
-Add a.dpr file which uses TImage.
-Add a.dpr file which uses TImage.
-Add a.dpr file which uses GIFs and TImages.
New in version 1.0 :
-Select image. You can now select an image without using PNG format.
-Path in PathCombo when you select images.
-Click on the glyph to be read or write modes.
-You can now choose to read or write mode.
-The list of icons with VBox.
-Add/Delete buttons without needing to modify the.dpr file (load/save
is done by the frmMain.
-Add/Delete buttons without needing to modify the.dpr file
(load/save is done by the frmMain.
-Glyphs in the search table are now clickable.
-Selected text: the text will be selected and will be active.
-Selected images: the image will be selected and will be active.
-Selected image and texts: the image and text will be selected and
will be active.
-Encoding. Just for PNG and GIF images.

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* The Program Main Window show you a list of glyphs you can choose from.
* You can select the button background color with the Glyph Editor Window.
* The program automatically rename your button at install time.
* It allows you to set the offset of the button on the screen and the size of the button.

Installing Glyph Viewer:
1. Install the program from the included archive file.
2. On the main window click on the button with the “…” icon to launch the icon editor.
3. From the four buttons at the bottom of the icon editor click on the one that says “Set path…”
4. In the program window choose a folder on your harddrive to save the new file.
5. When you are done select the file to save and click on “open” on the bottom of the window.
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Winchester Model 1906 –.357 Special

To repeat: this is not a revolver. this is a pistol. a six-shooter. a weapon. I don’t have any reason to believe that it was chambered in.357 Magnum. There are a lot of.357 Magnums around. I’ve asked a friend who shoots revolvers to check the case extractor markings. He says no one does these days.

The serial number is #30677 and stamped on the butt stock. It seems to be one of the ones manufactured by J.F. Herring. The language on the buttplate says “Heistory,” but I can’t find anything on this kind of lever gun for the Herring brand.

You know, it would be perfectly legit to load my.357 into a revolver and call it a.357 Magnum. But the only M1956 rifles in my arsenal are original, unfired, so no.357 works.

According to the data in the National Firearms Registration and Transfer Record, this gun was made in 1934. The first revision of this listing lists the serial number as 30677 and the name as Special. I suspect someone is confused.

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* select the glyph to use in your Button at runtime, or add in the application icon
* support Delphi VCL-compatible windows
* support Delphi TControl-compatible windows
* support Delphi RTL-compatible windows
* support Borland Delphi-compatible windows
* build for Windows, Linux and Mac OSX
* support internal/external resources path (like {$I/../../BORLAND\..}.dll)
* build with Delphi 2006 (Studio 1.2+), Delphi 2007 (Delphi 2007 + Studio 1.2) and Delphi 2009 (Delphi 2009 + Studio 1.3)
* build with Indy 9
* build with Indy 10
* build with RAD Studio XE
* visual mode to select the glyph
* command line mode (useful to put the glyph in an external or embeded resource)
* free to use
* free to test
Install and configure this pogram with settings so it works fine in Delphi >= 2006
* Delphi
Start the program, then in the button edit view type “eg = GlyphFromName(InMemo1.Lines.Item[0]);”
* Lazarus
Start the program, then in the button edit view type “eg = GlyphFromName(InMemo1.Lines.Item[0]);”
NOTE: on the window that shows the list of possible glyphs you can use the “Apply” button
Open a sample form on Delphi 10 with an TButton in the middle of a TMemo, then add GlyphViewer.exe under Tools\Options\Find Options and set Viewer as the Customize finding method and “-i” as the option.
Run the project, click on the button. Now you can select any possible glyph. The window that show the possibility glyph will open.
Refresh the form with “Repaint”. Now when you click on the button, the selected glyph will be displayed on the button.
If you are building an.EXE version you can use the plugin pack GlyphViewer or read the code and create a version using a TDBLookupComboBox. This work fine, but you must click several times to see all the possible glyphs.
How it work?
Open the project then you should see something like this:

Add a new button or edit an existing one. Click on button and choose button

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OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
CPU: 2.8 GHz dual core processor
Memory: 2GB of RAM (minimum 2GB of RAM)
Graphics: Intel HD 4000 or better, AMD Radeon HD 5870 or better, or NVIDIA GeForce GTS 450
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