I’ve updated the ButtonControls, EditControls, and ProgressBar controls to fix the drag’n’drop crashes.
As promised I’ve released updates to the ComboListBoxControls, ProgressBar, and TrackBar libraries, introducing the FinishOLEDragDrop method.
I’ve released an update of the ProgressBar control. It now provides events for extended mouse button clicks. 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 likely because of the mouse driver than because of potential bugs in the control library.
I’ve released updates for the ProgressBar, StatusBar and TrackBar controls. ProgressBar and TrackBar no longer support data-binding. The reasons are the same as for the ComboListBoxControls library which I’ve released three days ago.
All three releases also fix problems with the ResizedControlWindow event and Windows 8 now is officially supported.
I’ve released version 2.4.1 of the ProgressBar control. It fixes the bug that clicking the control raised the Validate event of the currently focused control.
I’ve released version 2.4.0 of the ProgressBar control. It comes with a neat new feature: On Windows 7 it can display the progress in the application’s taskbar button.
I’ve released version 2.3.0 of the ProgressBar control. It comes with a neat new feature: It can draw a text over the progress bar.
I’ve released the next bunch of updates. As yesterday these are bug fix releases, no feature releases.
Here are some more controls that I have fixed and migrated to Visual C++ 2010.
I released some more minor updates. The changelogs are short, I’ve fixed some minor bugs only.