JP2014056518A - Display control device, display control method, program, and recording medium - Google Patents

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JP2014056518A
JP2014056518A JP2012202044A JP2012202044A JP2014056518A JP 2014056518 A JP2014056518 A JP 2014056518A JP 2012202044 A JP2012202044 A JP 2012202044A JP 2012202044 A JP2012202044 A JP 2012202044A JP 2014056518 A JP2014056518 A JP 2014056518A
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To enable display control of a plurality of pieces of data by easy and intuitive user operation.SOLUTION: In an information terminal device, in a state where data in one period is displayed in a display screen, if a first operation is performed on a predetermined object displayed in the display screen, the data in one period and data in another period according to an operation direction of the first operation are displayed on two screens.

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  The present invention relates to a display control device, a display control method, a program, and a recording medium.

  Conventionally, for example, in an application such as schedule management, a display method for displaying data in units of a predetermined period (for example, in units of one day) is often used. In an application to which such a display method is applied, when the user wants to confirm schedules for a plurality of different periods, the user sequentially advances the period to be displayed (for example, presses the “forward” button), or It has been necessary to switch the display of the plurality of periods by repeatedly performing an operation of sequentially returning the periods to be displayed (for example, pressing the “return” button). Such an operation is very troublesome for the user.

  Therefore, a display method is also used in which a plurality of data is displayed side by side in a display screen so that the contents of the plurality of data can be referred to without performing such a complicated switching operation. In such a display method, even when a plurality of data cannot be displayed on the display screen, it is possible to sequentially display a plurality of data by scrolling the display screen according to a user operation. It is. Furthermore, it is more convenient to provide a function for switching the number of data to be displayed and a function for scrolling only specific data.

  For example, in the following Patent Document 1, in an apparatus capable of displaying a plurality of icons side by side in a display screen, when a plurality of icons cannot be displayed on one surface, the icons set for fixed position display are not scrolled. As described above, there is disclosed a technique for controlling the display of icons that are fixedly displayed and are not set for fixed position display in a scrollable manner.

JP 2005-309933 A (published November 4, 2005)

  However, in the technique disclosed in Patent Document 1, in order to scroll only a specific icon, it is necessary to perform fixed position display settings for other icons in advance. Such settings are relatively time consuming and cannot be easily set and changed. That is, with the technique of the above-mentioned Patent Document 1, such display control cannot be realized by an intuitive and simple user operation.

  The present invention has been made in view of the above problems, and an object of the present invention is to enable display control of a plurality of data by an easy and intuitive user operation.

  In order to solve the above-described problem, the display control device according to the present invention provides a first object for a predetermined object displayed on the display screen in a state where data for one period is displayed on the display screen. When the operation is performed, there is provided display control means for displaying the data of the one period and the data of the other period according to the operation direction of the first operation on two screens. .

  According to the present invention, display control of a plurality of data can be performed by an easy and intuitive user operation.

It is a figure which shows the external appearance of the information terminal device which concerns on this embodiment. It is a block diagram which shows the structure of the information terminal device which concerns on this embodiment. It is a flowchart which shows the procedure of the determination process of user operation by the information terminal device which concerns on this embodiment. It is a flowchart which shows the procedure of the swipe operation process by the information terminal device which concerns on this embodiment. It is a flowchart which shows the procedure of the flick operation process by the information terminal device which concerns on this embodiment. It is a flowchart which shows the procedure of the tap operation process by the information terminal device which concerns on this embodiment. It is a flowchart which shows the procedure of the double tap operation process by the information terminal device which concerns on this embodiment. It is a flowchart which shows the procedure of the display switching process of an attention day by the information terminal device which concerns on this embodiment. It is a flowchart which shows the procedure of the display switching process of the preview date by the information terminal device which concerns on this embodiment. It is a flowchart which shows the procedure of the preview display process by the information terminal device which concerns on this embodiment. The specific example (specific example 1) of the display control process by the information terminal device which concerns on this embodiment is shown. The specific example (specific example 2) of the display control process by the information terminal device which concerns on this embodiment is shown. The specific example (specific example 3) of the display control process by the information terminal device which concerns on this embodiment is shown.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.

[Outline of Information Terminal Device 100]
First, with reference to FIG. 1, the outline | summary of the information terminal device 100 which concerns on this embodiment is demonstrated. FIG. 1 is a diagram illustrating an appearance of an information terminal device 100 according to the present embodiment. An information terminal device 100 shown in FIG. 1 is a so-called portable information terminal device that can use various services and various applications.

  The information terminal device 100 is relatively small and lightweight, and incorporates a battery such as a lithium ion secondary battery. For this reason, the information terminal device 100 is easy to carry and can be used outside the home by battery driving without being supplied with external power (AC power).

  The information terminal device 100 further includes a wireless communication module 140 (see FIG. 2). Thereby, the information terminal device 100 can access the Internet, use various services on the Internet, and download applications from the Internet.

(operation)
The information terminal device 100 includes a display 110 that displays various types of information. The information terminal device 100 includes a touch panel 120 and operation buttons 130 for various operations. The touch panel 120 has transparency and is provided on the surface of the display 110.

  As a result, the information terminal device 100 substantially matches the display position on the display 110 of a certain display target with the operation position on the touch panel 120 for the display target, and makes an intuitive operation (selection operation, movement operation, etc.) on the display target. ) Can be performed by the user.

  Possible operations using the touch panel 120 include a flick operation (first operation and fifth operation), a swipe operation (second operation), a tap operation (third operation), and a double tap operation (fourth operation). )It is included. The flick operation is a one-action operation of flipping the contact position in an arbitrary direction while keeping the fingertip in contact with the touch panel 120. The swipe operation is a one-action operation that slides the contact position in an arbitrary direction while keeping the fingertip in contact with the touch panel 120. The tap operation is one action operation in which the touch panel 120 is hit with a fingertip. The double tap operation is a single action operation in which the tap operation is performed twice in quick succession.

  When such an operation is performed, the information terminal device 100 scrolls the display content, switches the display content, or performs predetermined processing according to the operation position, the operation direction, the operation speed, or the like. It is possible to execute.

(application)
Various applications are installed in the information terminal device 100. For example, applications such as a call, a WEB browser, e-mail, a camera, a television, an electronic book, and a game are installed in the information terminal device 100.

  In addition, a schedule management application is installed in the information terminal device 100. A schedule management application is an application that manages a user's schedule, and displays a schedule registered by the user in units of a predetermined period (for example, daily, weekly, monthly, etc.) and allows the user to confirm the schedule. It is something that can be done. The user can perform various operations such as editing a schedule and changing a display target period by using the touch panel 120 or the operation buttons 130. In this document, the display control process in the schedule management application will be specifically described.

[Configuration of Information Terminal Device 100]
Next, the configuration of the information terminal device 100 will be described with reference to FIG. FIG. 2 is a block diagram illustrating a configuration of the information terminal device 100 according to the present embodiment.

  As illustrated in FIG. 2, the information terminal device 100 includes a processing circuit 102, a storage device 104, a touch panel 120, operation buttons 130, a display driving circuit 108, a display 110, and a wireless communication module 140.

(Storage device 104)
The storage device 104 stores an OS (Operating System) program, various application programs, various control programs, various data, and the like. For example, the storage device 104 stores a schedule management application program, schedule data used by the schedule management application, and the like.

  The storage device 104 here is not limited to a device built in the information terminal device 100, such as a hard disk drive (HDD) or a solid state drive (SSD), but includes a removable device such as a memory card. Note that the schedule management application program and the schedule data used in the schedule management application may not be stored in the information terminal device 100. For example, the schedule management application program may be stored in a server on the Internet and used through the Internet each time. It can also be set as the form to do.

(Processing circuit 102)
The processing circuit 102 includes a processor such as a CPU and a memory such as a ROM (Read Only Memory) and a RAM (Random Access Memory), and the processor executes a program stored in the memory and the storage device 104. By doing so, various applications are executed and each part of the information terminal device 100 is controlled. For example, the display control process described in this document is realized by the processing circuit 102. That is, the processing circuit 102 also functions as a display control unit.

(Touch panel 120 and operation buttons 130)
The touch panel 120 and the operation buttons 130 are so-called input devices for the user to perform various operations on the information terminal device 100. The touch panel 120 is provided so as to overlap the surface of the display panel included in the display 110. The operation button 130 is provided on the surface of the main body of the information terminal device 100. In addition to these, a key, a mouse, or the like may be employed as the input device. When an operation using these input devices is performed, a control signal corresponding to the operation is internally generated, and the information terminal apparatus 100 performs processing corresponding to the control signal. For example, the display control processing described in this document is executed by the information terminal device 100 (processing circuit 102) with an operation by these input devices as a trigger.

(Display drive circuit 108 and display 110)
The display driving circuit 108 drives the display 110 according to the video signal supplied from the processing circuit 102. The display 110 displays an image corresponding to the execution result of the program executed by the processing circuit 102. That is, the display 110 functions as display means for displaying schedule data in the schedule management application. Although the information terminal device 100 of this embodiment employs a liquid crystal display as the display 110, an organic EL display or the like may be employed in addition to this.

(Wireless communication module 140)
The wireless communication module 140 controls wireless access to a communication network such as a LAN or the Internet. For example, the information terminal device 100 can perform data communication with a server on the Internet or another terminal device by connecting to the Internet by wireless communication. At that time, access to the Internet is controlled by the wireless communication module 140.

[Display control processing]
Hereinafter, the display control process executed by the information terminal device 100 according to the present embodiment will be specifically described. The display control process here refers to a process of switching display contents of a schedule according to a user operation when a schedule is displayed in a schedule management application.

  In the present embodiment, “one screen display” and “preview display” are included as display forms of the schedule by the information terminal device 100.

  “Single screen display” is a display form for displaying a schedule for a certain day. For example, the information terminal device 100 can display the schedule of “attention date” on one screen. Further, the information terminal device 100 can also display the schedule of “preview display date” on one screen.

  The “attention date” mainly means a processing target date (one period) to be displayed. “Preview display date” means a processing target date (other period) displayed as a sub. “Preview display date” is generally displayed for comparison with the “attention date”. Therefore, normally, if a processing target date is specified by the user, the processing target date is “attention date”, and if a further processing target date is specified, the processing target date is “preview display date”.

  “Preview display” is a display form in which the schedule of the attention date and the schedule of the preview display date are displayed on two screens. That is, the information terminal device 100 can display the schedule for the preview display day while displaying the schedule for the attention day. In the present embodiment, as an example of “preview display”, a display layout is used in which the schedule for the attention date is displayed on the left side of the screen and the schedule for the preview display date is displayed on the right side of the screen.

  The information terminal device 100 according to the present embodiment can change the display form and the display target date by the display control process described below.

[User operation judgment processing]
First, user operation determination processing by the information terminal device 100 will be described. FIG. 3 is a flowchart showing a procedure of user operation determination processing by the information terminal device 100 according to the present embodiment. As illustrated below, the information terminal device 100 continuously accepts various user operations while displaying the schedule, and determines the user operation every time the user operation is performed. Is configured to perform display control processing according to the above. That is, when the user operation is continuously performed, the information terminal device 100 can continuously execute the display control process according to the user operation.

(Function invalid setting operation judgment)
First, the information terminal device 100 determines whether or not a function invalidation setting operation has been performed (step S302). If it is determined in step S302 that “the function invalidation setting operation has been performed” (step S302: invalid), the information terminal device 100 ends the display control process. On the other hand, if it is determined in step S302 that “the function invalidation setting operation has not been performed” (step S302: valid), the information terminal device 100 advances the processing to step S304.

(Swipe operation judgment)
In step S304, it is determined whether or not a screen swipe operation has been performed. If it is determined in step S304 that “the screen swipe operation has been performed” (step S304: present), the information terminal device 100 performs the swipe operation process (step S320) illustrated in FIG. 4 and the process proceeds to step S302. return. On the other hand, when it is determined in step S304 that “the screen swipe operation has not been performed” (step S304: none), the information terminal device 100 advances the process to step S306.

(Flick operation judgment)
In step S306, it is determined whether or not a flick operation has been performed on the preview button. If it is determined in step S306 that “the flick operation has been performed on the preview button” (step S306: present), the information terminal apparatus 100 performs the flick operation process (step S330) illustrated in FIG. 5 and the process proceeds to step S302. To return. On the other hand, if it is determined in step S306 that “no flick operation has been performed on the preview button” (step S306: none), the information terminal device 100 proceeds to step S308.

(Tap operation judgment)
In step S308, it is determined whether a tap operation has been performed on the preview button. If it is determined in step S308 that “the tap operation has been performed on the preview button” (step S308: present), the information terminal device 100 performs the tap operation process (step S340) illustrated in FIG. 6 and the process proceeds to step S302. To return. On the other hand, if it is determined in step S308 that “the tap operation has not been performed on the preview button” (step S308: none), the information terminal device 100 proceeds to step S310.

(Double tap operation judgment)
In step S310, it is determined whether or not a double tap operation has been performed on the preview button. If it is determined in step S310 that “there is a double tap operation for the preview button” (step S310: present), the information terminal device 100 performs a double tap operation process (step S350) shown in FIG. Return processing to. On the other hand, if it is determined in step S310 that “there is no double tap operation on the preview button” (step S310: none), the information terminal device 100 returns the process to step S302.

  As described above, the information terminal device 100 is configured to execute an operation process according to an operation when a predetermined user operation is performed. Hereinafter, with reference to FIGS. 4 to 10, a specific procedure of each operation process shown in FIG. 3 will be described.

[Swipe operation processing]
FIG. 4 is a flowchart showing a procedure of a swipe operation process performed by the information terminal device 100 according to the present embodiment. This swipe operation process is a process executed when a swipe operation is performed on the display screen when the schedule is displayed on the display screen.

  The information terminal device 100 performs a display switching process for the attention date as the swipe operation process (step S400). Thereafter, the information terminal device 100 ends the swipe operation process. The display switching process of the attention day will be specifically described with reference to FIG.

[Flick operation processing]
FIG. 5 is a flowchart illustrating a procedure of flick operation processing by the information terminal device 100 according to the present embodiment. This flick operation process is a process executed when a flick operation is performed on a preview button displayed on the display screen while the schedule is displayed on the display screen.

  As the flick operation process, the information terminal device 100 first determines whether a preview is being displayed (step S332).

  If it is determined in step S332 that “preview is being displayed” (step S332: YES), the information terminal device 100 performs preview date display switching processing (step S500). Thereafter, the information terminal device 100 ends the flick operation process. The preview date display switching process will be specifically described with reference to FIG.

  On the other hand, when it is determined in step S332 that “the preview is not being displayed” (step S332: NO), the information terminal device 100 performs a preview display process (step S600). Thereafter, the information terminal device 100 ends the flick operation process. The preview display process will be specifically described with reference to FIG.

[Tap operation processing]
FIG. 6 is a flowchart illustrating the procedure of the tap operation process performed by the information terminal device 100 according to the present embodiment. This tap operation process is a process executed when a tap operation is performed on the preview button displayed on the display screen when the schedule is displayed on the display screen.

  As a tap operation process, the information terminal device 100 first determines whether a preview is being displayed (step S342). If it is determined in step S342 that “the preview is not being displayed” (step S342: NO), the information terminal device 100 ends the tap operation process. On the other hand, if it is determined in step S342 that “preview is being displayed” (step S342: YES), the information terminal device 100 cancels the preview display (step S344). Then, the information terminal device 100 expands the display width of the data on the attention day from 50% to 100% and displays it on the screen (one screen display) (step S346). Thereafter, the information terminal device 100 ends the tap operation process.

[Double tap operation processing]
FIG. 7 is a flowchart showing a procedure of double tap operation processing by the information terminal device 100 according to the present embodiment. This double tap operation process is a process executed when a double tap operation is performed on the preview button displayed on the display screen when the schedule is displayed on the display screen.

  As the double tap operation process, the information terminal device 100 first determines whether a preview is being displayed (step S352). If it is determined in step S352 that “Preview is not being displayed” (step S352: NO), the information terminal device 100 ends the double tap operation process. On the other hand, when it is determined in step S352 that “Preview is being displayed” (step S352: YES), the information terminal device 100 cancels the display of the attention date (step S354). Then, the information terminal device 100 enlarges the display width of the preview date data from 50% to 100% and displays the data on the screen (one screen display) (step S356). Thereafter, the information terminal device 100 ends the double tap operation process.

[Attention day display switching process]
FIG. 8 is a flowchart illustrating a procedure of display switching processing of the attention day by the information terminal device 100 according to the present embodiment.

  First, the information terminal device 100 determines whether or not the direction of the swipe operation is upward (step S402). If it is determined in step S402 that it is “upward” (step S402: YES), the information terminal apparatus 100 sets “−7” in the variable d (step S404), and proceeds to step S416.

  On the other hand, if it is determined in step S402 that it is “not upward” (step S402: NO), the information terminal device 100 determines whether or not the direction of the swipe operation is downward (step S406). If it is determined in step S406 that it is “downward” (step S406: YES), the information terminal device 100 sets “+7” in the variable d (step S408), and proceeds to step S416.

  On the other hand, if it is determined in step S406 that it is “not downward” (step S406: NO), the information terminal device 100 determines whether or not the direction of the swipe operation is the left direction (step S410). If it is determined in step S410 that it is “leftward” (step S410: YES), the information terminal device 100 sets “−1” in the variable d (step S412), and proceeds to step S416.

  On the other hand, if it is determined in step S410 that it is “not in the left direction” (step S410: NO), the information terminal device 100 sets “+1” in the variable d (step S414), and proceeds to step S416.

  In step S416, the information terminal device 100 calls data “d” days after the attention date from the memory (storage device 104) (step S416), and determines whether the preview is being displayed (two screens are being displayed) (step S416). S418). If it is determined in step S418 that “the preview is not being displayed” (step S418: NO), the information terminal device 100 displays the data after the day 'd' on one screen (step S428), and The display switching process ends. On the other hand, if it is determined in step S418 that “Preview is being displayed” (step S418: YES), the process proceeds to step S420.

  In step S420, the information terminal device 100 determines whether or not “d” days after the attention date is the preview display date (step S420).

  If it is determined in step S420 that it is not the preview display date (step S420: NO), the information terminal device 100 reduces the display width of the data after 'd' days to 50% and displays it on the left side of the screen. (Step S426). As a result, the display screen is in a state where the data after ‘d’ days is displayed on the left side of the screen and the preview display date is displayed on the right side of the screen. Thereafter, the information terminal device 100 ends the display switching process for the target date.

  On the other hand, when it is determined in step S420 that it is not the preview display date (step S420: NO), the information terminal device 100 cancels the display of the preview display date (step S422), and the data after the 'd' days. Is enlarged to 100% and displayed (step S424). As a result, the display screen is in a state where the data after ‘d’ days are displayed on one screen. Thereafter, the information terminal device 100 ends the display switching process for the target date.

[Preview date display switching processing]
FIG. 9 is a flowchart illustrating a procedure of preview date display switching processing by the information terminal device 100 according to the present embodiment.

  First, the information terminal device 100 determines whether or not the direction of the flick operation is upward (step S502). In step S502, when it is determined that “it is upward” (step S502: YES), the information terminal device 100 sets “−7” in the variable d (step S504), and proceeds to step S516.

  On the other hand, when it is determined in step S502 that it is not “upward” (step S502: NO), the information terminal device 100 determines whether or not the direction of the flick operation is downward (step S506). If it is determined in step S506 that it is “downward” (step S506: YES), the information terminal device 100 sets “+7” in the variable d (step S508), and proceeds to step S516.

  On the other hand, if it is determined in step S506 that it is not “downward” (step S506: NO), the information terminal device 100 determines whether or not the flick operation direction is the left direction (step S510). In step S510, when it is determined that “It is in the left direction” (step S510: YES), the information terminal device 100 sets “−1” in the variable d (step S512), and proceeds to step S516.

  On the other hand, if it is determined in step S510 that it is “not in the left direction” (step S510: NO), the information terminal device 100 sets “+1” in the variable d (step S514), and proceeds to step S516.

  In step S516, the information terminal device 100 determines whether or not “d” days after the preview display date is an attention date (step S516).

  If it is determined in step S516 that it is “not the preview display date” (step S516: NO), the information terminal device 100 calls the data after the “d” day from the memory (storage device 104) (step S522), and The display width of the data after 'd' days is reduced to 50% and displayed on the right side of the screen (step S524). As a result, the display screen is in a state where the data after ‘d’ days is displayed on the right side of the screen and the attention date is displayed on the left side of the screen. Thereafter, the information terminal device 100 ends the display switching process of the preview date.

  On the other hand, if it is determined in step S516 that it is “preview display date” (step S516: YES), the information terminal device 100 cancels the display of the preview display date (step S518), and the attention date that has already been displayed. The display width of the data is enlarged to 100% and displayed (step S520). As a result, the display screen is in a state where the data of the attention date is displayed on one screen. Thereafter, the information terminal device 100 ends the display switching process of the preview date.

[Preview display processing]
FIG. 10 is a flowchart illustrating a preview display process performed by the information terminal device 100 according to the present embodiment.

  First, the information terminal device 100 reduces the display width of the data of the attention day that has already been displayed to 50% and displays it on the left side of the screen (step S602).

  Next, the information terminal device 100 determines whether or not the direction of the flick operation is upward (step S604). If it is determined in step S604 that it is “upward” (step S604: YES), the information terminal device 100 sets “−7” in the variable d (step S606), and the process proceeds to step S618.

  On the other hand, if it is determined in step S604 that it is not “upward” (step S604: NO), the information terminal device 100 determines whether or not the direction of the flick operation is downward (step S608). If it is determined in step S608 that it is “downward” (step S608: YES), the information terminal device 100 sets “+7” in the variable d (step S610), and proceeds to step S618.

  On the other hand, if it is determined in step S608 that “it is not downward” (step S608: NO), the information terminal device 100 determines whether the direction of the flick operation is the left direction (step S612). In step S612, when it is determined that “It is in the left direction” (step S612: YES), the information terminal device 100 sets “−1” in the variable d (step S614), and proceeds to step S618.

  On the other hand, if it is determined in step S612 that it is “not in the left direction” (step S612: NO), the information terminal device 100 sets “+1” in the variable d (step S616), and proceeds to step S618.

  In step S618, the information terminal device 100 calls data “d” days after the attention date from the memory (storage device 104) (step S618), and reduces the display width of the data after “d” days to 50%. Is displayed on the right side of the screen (step S620). As a result, the display screen is in a state where the data after ‘d’ days is displayed on the right side of the screen and the attention date is displayed on the left side of the screen. Thereafter, the information terminal device 100 ends the preview display process.

[Specific example of display control processing]
Next, a specific example of display control processing by the information terminal device 100 will be described with reference to FIGS.

(Specific example 1)
FIG. 11 shows a specific example (specific example 1) of the display control process by the information terminal device 100 according to the present embodiment, and shows how the attention day is switched from the state where the attention day is displayed on one screen. Indicates.

  In FIG. 11, a display screen 700 a is a display example of schedule data for a notable date with a certain date (June 19, 2012) as the notable date.

  On the other hand, the display screen 700b is a display example of schedule data after the left swipe operation is performed on the display screen 700a. In the display screen 700b, the next day (June 20, 2012) of the attention date (June 19, 2012) is set as a new attention date according to the operation direction (left direction) of the swipe operation. The schedule data for a hot day is displayed.

  Note that a preview button 710 is displayed in the upper right corner of the display screen 700a and the display screen 700b. The preview button 710 is an object for performing an operation related to preview display.

(Specific example 2)
FIG. 12 shows a specific example (specific example 2) of the display control process performed by the information terminal device 100 according to the present embodiment. From the state in which the attention date is displayed on one screen, the attention date and the preview display date are displayed. The state of switching to the two-screen display is shown.

  In FIG. 12, a display screen 700a is a display example of the schedule data of the date of interest with a certain date (June 19, 2012) as the date of interest.

  On the other hand, the display screen 700c is a display example of schedule data after a right flick operation is performed on the preview button 710 on the display screen 700a. The display screen 700c is a display example of a preview display, and the attention date and the preview display date are displayed in two screens side by side.

  Here, in the information terminal device 100, in response to the flick operation in the right direction, the day after the attention date (June 20, 2012) is determined as the preview display date. For this reason, the display screen 700c displays two screens of schedule data for the attention day (June 19, 2012) and schedule data for the day after the attention day (June 20, 2012). .

  In the display screen 700c, it should be noted that the data width of the attention date and the data width of the preview display date are each reduced from 100% to 50%. Thereby, on the display screen 700c, the data on the attention day and the preview are displayed without expanding the data display area in the data display area when the data on the attention day is displayed on one screen (see the display screen 700a). It is possible to display the display date data side by side.

(Specific example 3)
FIG. 13 shows a specific example (specific example 3) of display control processing by the information terminal device 100 according to the present embodiment. From the state in which the attention date and the preview display date are displayed on two screens, A state in which display switching is performed is shown.

  In FIG. 13, a display screen 700 c is a display example of a preview display, and schedule data for the attention date (June 19, 2012) and schedule data for the next day (June 20, 2012) Two screens are displayed.

(Switch to single screen display)
The information terminal device 100 performs one-action operation of the preview button 710 from the preview display (two-screen display of the attention date and the preview display date) in this way, thereby displaying one screen of the attention date. Alternatively, the screen can be switched to a single screen display on the preview display date.

  For example, as shown in FIG. 13, when the tap operation of the preview button 710 is performed in a state where the display screen 700c is displayed, a one-screen display of the attention date (June 19, 2012) (display screen 700a). ).

  On the other hand, when the preview button 710 is double-tapped while the display screen 700c is displayed, the screen is switched to the one-screen display (display screen 700e) of the preview display date (June 20, 2012).

(Change preview date)
The information terminal device 100 changes the preview display according to the operation direction when the flick operation of the preview button 710 is performed from the preview display (two-screen display of the attention date and the preview display date). can do.

  For example, as shown in FIG. 13, when a downward flick operation is performed in the preview button 710 while the display screen 700c is displayed, the screen is switched to the display screen 700d. In this display screen 700d, the preview display date is changed from “June 20, 2012” to “June 27, 2012” which is the corresponding day of the next week.

(Switch to single screen display after changing preview display date)
Even after the preview display date is changed in this way, the information terminal device 100 can perform the same display control process as before the change by the same operation as before the change.

  For example, as shown in FIG. 13, when the tap operation of the preview button 710 is performed from the state in which the display screen 700d is displayed, a one-screen display (display screen 700a) of the attention date (June 19, 2012) is performed. ).

  Further, when the double-tap operation of the preview button 710 is performed from the state where the display screen 700d is displayed, the screen is switched to the one-screen display (display screen 700f) of the preview display date (June 27, 2012).

  In addition, when a swipe operation is performed on the display screen from the preview display (two-screen display of the attention date and the preview display date), the information terminal device 100 determines the attention date according to the operation direction. It can also be changed.

  Thus, according to the information terminal device 100 of the present embodiment, various display switching of schedule data (change of attention date, change of preview display date, switching to preview display, switching to one-screen display of attention date) , And switching to one-screen display of the preview display date) are performed by a single action operation (swipe operation, flick operation, tap operation, or double tap operation), which is an easy and intuitive operation. be able to.

(Program, storage medium)
Each function of the information terminal device 100 described in the embodiment may be realized by hardware by a logic circuit formed on an integrated circuit (IC chip), or by software using a CPU (Central Processing Unit). It may be realized.

  For example, the information terminal device 100 includes various storage devices (such as a CPU that executes instructions of a program that realizes each function, a ROM that stores the program, a RAM that expands the program, a memory that stores the program and various data) Recording medium). Each function of the information terminal device 100 can be realized by the CPU reading the programs stored in the various storage devices and executing the programs.

  Examples of the recording medium include tapes such as magnetic tapes and cassette tapes, magnetic disks such as floppy (registered trademark) disks / hard disks, and disks including optical disks such as CD-ROM / MO / MD / DVD / CD-R. IC cards (including memory cards) / optical cards, semiconductor memories such as mask ROM / EPROM / EEPROM (registered trademark) / flash ROM, PLD (Programmable logic device) and FPGA (Field Programmable Gate) Logic circuits such as (Array) can be used.

  The program may be supplied to the information terminal device 100 via a communication network. The communication network only needs to be able to transmit at least the program to the information terminal device 100, and any type of communication network may be used. For example, the Internet, intranet, extranet, LAN, ISDN, VAN, CATV communication network, virtual private network, telephone line network, mobile communication network, satellite communication network, etc. can be used as the communication network. is there.

  Further, any kind of transmission medium for supplying the program to the information terminal apparatus 100 may be used. For example, a wired medium such as IEEE1394, USB, power line carrier, cable TV line, telephone line, ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) line may be used as the transmission medium. As transmission media, infrared rays such as IrDA and remote control, Bluetooth (registered trademark), IEEE80211 wireless, HDR (High Data Rate), NFC (Near Field Communication), DLNA, mobile phone network, satellite line, terrestrial digital network You may use the thing by radio | wireless.

(Supplementary information)
The present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments, and various modifications can be made within the scope of the claims, and the technical means disclosed in different embodiments can be appropriately combined. Embodiments are also included in the technical scope of the present invention.

(Applicable device of the present invention)
In this embodiment, the example which applies this invention to an information terminal device was demonstrated. The present invention can be applied to any device as long as it can display data in units of a predetermined period and can perform the same operation input as the present embodiment. . For example, the present invention can be applied to a mobile phone, a smartphone, a tablet terminal, a PDA, a personal computer, a car navigation device, a television receiver, and the like.

(Application target of the present invention)
In the present embodiment, an example in which the present invention is applied to a schedule management application has been described. The present invention can be applied to any application as long as it can display data in units of a predetermined period and can perform operation input similar to the present embodiment. . For example, the present invention can be applied to a calendar application, an accounting application, a TV program guide, a recording reservation list, and the like.

(About operation)
In the present embodiment, swipe operation, flick operation, tap operation, and double tap for the touch panel and the preview button are used as an example of user operation for display control processing, but these operations are equivalent to these operations instead. May be used (not limited to touch panel operations).

(About display units)
In the present embodiment, the display unit is a daily unit, but is not limited thereto. For example, the display unit may be one or more seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, years, or other units.

[Summary]
As described above, the display control apparatus (information terminal apparatus 100) according to the present embodiment performs the processing for a predetermined object displayed on the display screen in a state where data for one period is displayed on the display screen. When the first operation is performed, the display control means (processing circuit) displays the data of the one period and the data of another period according to the operation direction of the first operation on two screens. 102).

  According to the display control device, only by performing the first operation, it is possible to further display data of another period while displaying data of one period currently displayed. Such a two-screen display allows the user to easily compare data for a plurality of different periods.

  In particular, since the movement width and movement direction from the one period to the other period can be changed depending on the operation direction of the first operation, the user can appropriately change the operation direction of the first operation. By selecting, data of a desired period can be accessed efficiently.

  In the display control device, the display control means performs a second operation on a portion other than the object on the display screen in a state where the data for the one period is displayed on the display screen. In this case, it is preferable to switch the data of the one period to data of another period corresponding to the operation direction of the second operation.

  According to the above configuration, it is possible to change the already displayed data of one period to data of another period simply by performing the second operation. In particular, since the movement width and movement direction from the one period to the other period can be changed according to the operation direction of the second operation, the user can appropriately change the operation direction of the second operation. By selecting, data of a desired period can be accessed efficiently.

  Furthermore, since the second operation different from the first operation is used, the user can perform a plurality of functions (a function by the first operation and a second operation without performing a special operation on the display control device). Function by operation) can be selectively executed.

  In the display control device, it is preferable that the first operation and the second operation are one-action operations.

  According to the above configuration, the user can cause the display control device to execute a plurality of functions (a function based on the first operation and a function based on the second operation) by an easier and more intuitive operation. . Furthermore, according to the above configuration, it is easy to instruct continuous execution of the plurality of functions.

  In the display control device, when the first operation is performed on the object in a state where the data of the one period is displayed on the display screen, the display control unit It is preferable that the data of the period and the data of the other period are reduced and displayed on two screens.

  According to the configuration, the data of the one period and the data of the other period are arranged in the data display area of the one period before execution of the first operation without expanding the data display area. Can be displayed. Thereby, the user can visually recognize the data of the one period and the data of the other period without moving the line of sight before and after the execution of the first operation.

  In the display control device, when the third operation is performed on the object in a state where the data of the one period and the data of the other period are displayed on two screens, It is preferable to switch to one-screen display of data for one period.

  In the display control device, the display control unit may perform a fourth operation on the object in a state where the data of the one period and the data of the other period are displayed on two screens. It is preferable to switch to the one-screen display of the data of the other period.

  In the display control device, the display control unit may perform a fifth operation on the object in a state where the data of the one period and the data of the other period are displayed on two screens. It is preferable that the data of the other period is switched to data of another period corresponding to the operation direction of the fifth operation.

  According to the above-described configuration, the user performs the following operations on the display control device by other operations (third operation, fourth operation, and fifth operation) different from the first operation and the second operation. Further functions (function by the third operation, function by the fourth operation, and function by the fifth operation) can be selectively executed without performing a special operation.

  The information terminal device according to the present embodiment includes the display control device.

  In the display control method according to the present embodiment, the first operation is performed on a predetermined object displayed on the display screen in a state where data for one period is displayed on the display screen. A display control step of displaying two screens of the data of the one period and the data of another period according to the operation direction of the first operation.

  Further, the program according to the present embodiment is a program for causing a computer to function as the display control apparatus, and causes the computer to function as each unit included in the display control apparatus.

  The recording medium according to the present embodiment is a computer-readable recording medium that records the program.

  According to the information terminal device, the display control method, the program, and the recording medium, it is possible to achieve the same effects as the display control device.

  The present invention can be applied to various display devices capable of displaying data for each period, such as an information terminal device, a mobile phone, a smartphone, a tablet terminal, a PDA, and a personal computer.

100 Information terminal device (display control device)
102 processing circuit (display control means)
104 Storage Device 108 Display Drive Circuit 110 Display 120 Touch Panel 130 Operation Button 140 Wireless Communication Module

Claims (10)

  1. When the first operation is performed on the predetermined object displayed on the display screen in a state where the data for one period is displayed on the display screen, the data on the one period and the data A display control device comprising display control means for displaying data of another period according to the operation direction of the first operation on two screens.
  2. The display control means includes
    In a state where the data for the one period is displayed on the display screen, when a second operation is performed on a portion other than the object on the display screen, the data for the one period is The display control device according to claim 1, wherein the display control device switches to data of another period according to the operation direction of the second operation.
  3. The display control apparatus according to claim 2, wherein the first operation and the second operation are one-action operations.
  4. The display control means includes
    When the first operation is performed on the object in a state where the data for the one period is displayed on the display screen, the data for the one period and the data for the other period are displayed. The display control device according to claim 1, wherein the display control device reduces and displays two screens.
  5. The display control means includes
    When the third operation is performed on the object in a state where the data of the one period and the data of the other period are displayed on two screens, switching to the one-screen display of the data of the one period The display control apparatus according to claim 1, wherein:
  6. The display control means includes
    When the fourth operation is performed on the object in a state where the data of the one period and the data of the other period are displayed on two screens, switching to the one-screen display of the data of the other period is performed. The display control apparatus according to claim 1, wherein:
  7. The display control means includes
    When the fifth operation is performed on the object in a state where the data of the one period and the data of the other period are displayed on two screens, the data of the other period is used as the fifth operation. The display control device according to any one of claims 1 to 6, wherein the data is switched to data of another period according to the operation direction.
  8. When the first operation is performed on the predetermined object displayed on the display screen in a state where the data for one period is displayed on the display screen, the data on the one period and the data A display control method comprising: a display control step of displaying two screens of data of another period according to the operation direction of the first operation.
  9.   A program for causing a computer to function as the display control device according to any one of claims 1 to 7, wherein the program causes the computer to function as each unit included in the display control device.
  10.   A computer-readable recording medium in which the program according to claim 9 is recorded.
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