I’ve released an update to the ShellBrowserControls library. It fixes a crash on Windows Vista and significantly improves auto-update performance.
I’ve released updates to ExplorerTreeView and the ShellBrowserControls library. Many bugs have been fixes in the ShellBrowserControls library and support for non-shell items has been improved. If you want to make use of all of these improvements, you’ll also need the update of ExplorerTreeView.
I’ve updated the ExplorerListView control and the TabStrip control. ExplorerListView 1.6.2 makes sub-item controls work on Windows 10 and fixes another minor bug that affected list view groups.
TabStrip 1.9.0 introduces a new feature: Now it is possible to display the close button on certain tabs only.
I’ve released version 1.4.1 of the ComboListBoxControls library. It fixes a crash that occurred in any of the controls when removing the last item.
I’ve released a small update to the ToolBarControls library. It fixes problems with the rebar’s CustomDraw event and with both controls’ Align property.
I’ve released an update of ExplorerListView. It fixes a bug with the View property.
I’ve released new versions of ExplorerTreeView and the ShellBrowserControls library. They fix some bugs that could have been responsible for a couple of crashes in the past.
I’ve released an update to the EditControls library. It fixes a drawing issue with the TextBox control that could occur on Windows Vista and newer, if the TextBox control was themed, read-only, multi-line, and located inside a Frame or TabStrip control. In this combination, it could happen that the text vanished when moving the mouse cursor over the TextBox control.
It turned out that the last update to the ToolBarControls library indeed fixed a crash, but worsened overall support for aligning the controls within the Form. So here is another update that makes the controls’ Alignment property behave more like what VB6 programmers are used to from other controls.
I’ve released a minor update to the ToolBarControls library. It fixes a crash that could occur in the VB6 Form Designer. Also the new version comes with an additional sample project that demonstrates how to use PNG images for the toolbar icons.