Math & Science - Rule Of Three

Description: Calculates the proportion and inverse proportion rule of three. Easy to use. / Home
Author: alx
Version: 1.0
Uploaded on: July 8th 2005 at 12:04 AM
Rating: (2.83 stars)   [Show Detailed Ratings]
Downloads: 468
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I really like Dreisatz, but this interface is great and the thing on the back, which I won't spoil for those who haven't downloaded it yet, is awesome!

I think i'm going to have to use both Dreisatz and this whenever I need to calculate the rule of three.... which is about every few years.

Very nice job.

Posted by: zweben on Jul 01, 05 (6:52 PM) for version 1.0 (current version)   View Detailed Rating

sorry but this is a no go. just no sense of design an just full with features no one does use.

again read the dashbaord widget design guidelines. do not put the flip rollie in the widgetpackage and so on.

pong on the back is senseless.

the widgets is not a space saver.

overall dreisatz does the same very nice.

Posted by: albi on Jul 02, 05 (9:49 AM) for version 1.0 (current version)   View Detailed Rating

Would be useful if it were smaller. Think 4 very tiny textboxes with no space between them, except maybe for lines and an equal sign to suggest the proportion setup.

Posted by: Deicidus on Jul 03, 05 (7:05 AM) for version 1.0 (current version)   View Detailed Rating

Does what it says dude but I miss the point why there should be another widget which does the same as "Dreisatz" but is even bigger, uglier and has a totally useless Pong game in the backside.

These "same units" words make no sense to me. And the "Prop"-button (since no one can read the full text unless you select it) hurts my eye.

Sorry to be so offensive and abstract but your widget seems to me like putting a small clock in an 800x600 window and putting a 3D flipper game on the backside.

Form follows function?

Posted by: Koki on Jul 04, 05 (12:39 PM) for version 1.0 (current version)   View Detailed Rating

Doesn't seem all THAT huge to me--and since style does matter, I like having a choice!

For my tastes, this looks better than the graph-paper one. But there's room for both.

Posted by: Nagromme on Jul 12, 05 (7:27 AM) for version 1.0 (current version)  

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