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It can also be done this way. I recommend it because it avoids passing any complicated dynamic expression to AngularGauge. Dynamic[ AngularGauge[ Quantity[DateDifference[Now, Tomorrow, "Minute"]], {Quantity[0, "Minute"], Quantity[800, "Minute"]}, GaugeLabels -> "Unit"], UpdateInterval -> 1] The tooltip confirms that the gauge is ...


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Don't know why but if you have a Quantity[513.2441798845927, "Minutes"] wrapped with Dynamic, then AngularGauge can't handle it and shows two inputs, 513.23 and "Minutes" (blue one). I also don't know if that's suppose to happen but here's a work around: Use QuantityMagnitude: Dynamic[AngularGauge[ Dynamic[Refresh[ QuantityMagnitude @ ...


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A few points and my version: Manipulate[DynamicModule[{f = Sin[x],... means whenever Manipulate updates itself, f etc. are reinitialized. (It does this only first time the calculate button is pushed.) I would suggest doing it all inside one DynamicModule or one Manipulate. I show the Manipulate approach below. I constructed the controls in the standard ...



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