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reteset
05-04-2009, 05:52 AM
Hi
This is a new object plugin that creates professional looking toolbars with few lines of actions
With this plugin ; you can create great tooltips for your AMS applications
You can make various toolbar styles. Like: Vertical ,Horizontal , Multi Row
And More ...

Features :



Plugin May Create Professional Looking ToolBars With Few Lines Of Actions


Plugin May Create ToolBars In Lots Of Styles Like: Classic , Flat , ColorFul ,Raised And More


With Advanced Properties Dialog You Set Most Of Properties At Design Time


Large And High Quality Icon Support With 32Bit Windows Icons


Button Marker Support ,You Can Mark Some Buttons For Inform User


Separator Support With Horizontal And Vertical Orientation


Gradient And Plain Button Background Color Support


Gradient And Plain Background Color Support


Gradient And Plain ToolTip Background Color Support


Border Style Support With 5 Border Style For ToolBar Buttons


Border Style Support With 5 Border Style For ToolTips


Border Style Support With 4 Border Style For ToolBar


Vertical And Horizontal Orientation Support


Multi Row Support With Auto Size Detect


It has 44 Actions


It has 4 Object Events


And Much More...


ScreenShot :

Please Click Here To View A ScreeShot (http://www.amsplugins.com/screenshots/ToolBar1.jpg)

More Info & Download:

Please Click Here To Read More Info And Download A Trial Verison (http://www.amsplugins.com/details.asp?ID=77&CID=2)

Comments And Suggestions Are Welcome :yes

Thanks .

MicroByte
05-04-2009, 07:25 AM
very handy :yes

any plan for a split toolbar button for dispalying a menu ?

reteset
05-04-2009, 08:45 AM
very handy :yes

any plan for a split toolbar button for dispalying a menu ?

Yes that would be possible
thanks.

jackdaniels
05-05-2009, 06:03 AM
Another Great Job From Reteset
Thanks Alot

Samio
05-12-2009, 05:45 AM
very nice.;)

Dermot
05-15-2009, 02:19 PM
This makes a great companion for ListBoxEx. See attached image. You can make it look likes it's all one object. Great for allowing the user to add, edit, delete, filter the list etc.

By the way, the fixed header is done using a separate ListBoxEx with one item. Very easy to do.