toe_head2001 Posted August 18, 2015 Share Posted August 18, 2015 Pie ChartEffects -> Render -> Pie Chart Features Renders a Pie Chart graphic based on specified Colors and Values. Can also render Labels on the chart. Outline Color, Rotation Angle, and Scale can be adjusted. Import from CSV files DONUTS! Screenshots Supported CSV Formats Tom, 9.9 Bob, 5 or: 9.9, Tom 5, Bob CSV files can be edited in MS Excel, or even Notepad. Changelog v2.5 (Dec 30, 2016) Changed: New tabbed GUI Changed: The chart data is now manipulated inline using a DataGridView (like a spreadsheet) New: Load CSV files New: Donut size is now adjustable Fixed: HiDPI issues v2.0 (Nov 7, 2015) Changed: Rewrote the Effect from scratch (excluding the UI) New: Adjustable Scale (0.1x - 1.0x). 1x means the pie fills the selection New: Donut Chart style option New: Render Labels option New: Exploded slice option. New: Option to not use an outline Versions before v2.0 were based on @evanolds' original Pie Chart plugin. v1.2 by toe_head2001 (Sept 12, 2016) New: Angle Control to rotate the chart New: Existing Categories in the list can be reordered New: Outline color of the Chart can be changed (Black, Gray, or White) Changed: Various minor fixes and UI adjustments. v1.1 by toe_head2001 (Aug 18, 2015) New: Display the numerical value of each existing Category in the list New: A random color is automatically selected for each new category. You can still change it manually. New: Text cursor is now automatically placed in the first textbox when the plugin is opened, so you can just start typing. Changed: Moved the help text to a fancy Help messagebox. There was no need to see this text everytime you opened the plugin. Changed: New icon from Fugue Icons. This is mainly to distinguish it from Evan's that is inside of EOEffects.dll Changed: Various minor UI adjustments. New: Metadata was added for the 'Plugin Browser' v1.0 by Evan Olds (Jan 6, 2012) Initial release Download: PieChart.zip Source:Changes and source code Some icons from Fugue Icons. 6 Quote My Gallery | My Plugin Pack Layman's Guide to CodeLab Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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