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GeneralRe: Animation in borderless window PinmvpRichard MacCutchan23-Oct-11 2:44 
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QuestionXna object Transformation. PinmemberAghaKhan22-Oct-11 20:56 
Questionfree or affordable software for the editing of the photo [modified] Pinmemberanthonybates11-Jul-11 18:06 
AnswerRe: free or affordable software for the editing of the photo PinmemberDrew Stainton11-Jul-11 18:38 
QuestionGraphics Plugin for Liquidity Risk Software? PinmemberStaceyL21-Jun-11 10:46 
Hi all (sorry if this is the wrong forum). In my work (I'm a financial planner) I use liquidity risk software^ (like this one) in order to evaluate different types of risks in different financial scenarios. These types of programs are genrally very useful, except that they usually spit out data in a difficult form to read. Sometimes they do display data visually, but the quality and readability of the visual aid is usually low.
 
I was wondering: is it possible to write some type of plugin or external software that would process this data (automatically or as close to that as possible) and present it visually in a more friendly way? I'm not a programmer myself, so I'd appreciate it if you could point me in the right direction. Would this only apply to open-source software? Does this sound plausible? possible? already outdated? Smile | :)
 
Thanks!
Stacey
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QuestionProblem with compression of a DirectShow video filter Pinmember428814-Jan-11 7:05 
Question[OpenGL/MFC/C++] backface transparency... PinmemberMaximilien11-Jan-11 5:02 
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Questiontransparent using Fillpath Pinmembertransoft9-Jan-11 15:19 
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QuestionOpenGL rendering on desktop [modified] PinmemberTcpip200519-Dec-10 1:17 
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Questiontransparently blit a bitmap Pinmembermike7521413-Dec-10 9:01 
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QuestionGraphics.FillPath( Brush, GraphicsPath ) does not fill a simple Path. PinmemberWDI28-Oct-10 2:47 

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