I’ve updated the DateTimeControls library to improve compatibility with Linux/Wine and ReactOS.
Today I’ve released updates to the DateTimeControls, EditControls, and ExplorerTreeView libraries, introducing the FinishOLEDragDrop method.
I’ve released an update of the DateTimeControls library. The controls now provide events for extended mouse button clicks and mouse wheel scrolling. Additionally I’ve reactivated the data-binding capabilities. Be aware that the events for the extended mouse buttons depend on the mouse driver configuration. So if they are not raised at all, this is more… Continue reading DateTimeControls 1.4.0
I’ve released new versions of the Animation, DateTimeControls and EditControls libraries. They fix a couple of bugs, one of them being the infamous data-binding bug, which made me remove data-binding features.
I’ve released updates of the ComboListBoxControls and DateTimeControls libraries. They fix problems with various events, especially the ContextMenu event. Additionally, the DateTimeControls library now officially supports Windows 8.
I’ve released version 1.3.1 of the DateTimeControls library. It fixes the problem that the MinDate and MaxDate properties did not really work at runtime.
I’ve released the following controls: DateTimeControls 1.3.0 EditControls 1.7.0 ExplorerListView 1.3.0 ExplorerTreeView 2.2.0 TabStrip 1.5.0 TrackBar 1.5.0 The DateTimeControls, EditControls and the TrackBar control have got the new DetectDoubleClicks property. For some controls, for instance for the Calendar control, Windows does not detect double mouse clicks. I wanted to provide DblClick events, so I worked… Continue reading Many new releases
I’ve released some updates. They don’t contain new features, but fix several bugs. More updates will come soon, so stay tuned.
I’ve released another update of DateTimeControls. The CaretDate property of the Calendar control could return invalid dates due to a strange behavior of the native calendar control of Windows.
Happy new year to everyone! I have released new versions of some controls. I fixed several bugs, including crashes (which did not happen often though). I also migrated to Visual C++ 2010. Unfortunately this also means that Windows 2000 is not supported any longer, because the compiler doesn’t support it anymore.