Calling For Ideas: dwProgressBar and Typewriter
Just wanted to throws this out there quick. I'm looking for ideas from you on how to enhance my dwProgressBar and Typewriter classes. I appreciated the compliments but I know there's always room for improvement. I need your ideas!! Here's what I have so far:
- "Stepping Mode" -- Instead of constant set() calls, why not step a specified number each time?
- More examples
- "Character Deletion" -- Everyone makes typos, right? Now the typewriter can go backward!
- "Character Delay Variation" -- Now the pace at which the typewriter displays characters can vary.
Can you think of anything else? Please let me know!
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