Keyboard is an object that can show an on-screen keyboard to emulate letter key typing. It can display a keyboard on the page with buttons for letters. The user can click on the letter buttons, and the object pastes the letters on the currently active form input. It supports switching between many types of keyboard maps.
Content slider is an object that can slide page elements to switch the displayed content. It can take the page elements inside a given div element and switch between them by using a slide effect to make one element appear scrolling in the div, while the previous is hidden with the same slide scrolling effect. The switch of the elements may be triggered by clicks on menu items that correspond to the sliding elements to be displayed. Dragging the mouse over the currently display element may also trigger the sliding switch element action.
Guitar neck is an object that can display chords on a guitar neck. It generates HTML elements inside a div element with a given identifier to show a guitar neck with a given width, height, and number of guitar chords. The object can optionally use graphic images to display the guitar neck, and can display left or right chords.
Color manager is an object that can be used to parse, manipulate, and convert color values. It can parse color definitions in several formats like hexadecimal, RGB, RGBA, HSL, HSLA, and colors by name. The object can change the color individual property values such as red, green, blue, hue, saturation, light values, and alpha channel. The manipulated colors can be converted to any of the supported formats.
This object can be used to display a marquee that scrolls automatically. It can make the elements inside a given element appear scrolling either horizontally or vertically, so as one contained element disappears, the following element appears. Optionally, the scrolling may stop if the user drags the mouse pointer over the scrolling element. The scrolling speed, the scrolling direction, and the elements seperator are also configurable options.
Leevi is a user interface for the Lexicon MX300 reverberation device (and possibly other MX devices). It is similar to what Lexicon ships along with their devices for Windows operating systems. Leevi works with POSIX compatible operating environments, like Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, and so on.