I’ve updated the StatusBar, TabStrip, ToolBarControls, and TrackBar control libraries to fix the memory leaks. Now all controls are up-to-date again.
I’ve updated the TabStrip and ToolBarControls libraries to fix the drag’n’drop crashes.
Today I’ve released updates to the ExplorerListView and ToolBarControls libraries, introducing the FinishOLEDragDrop method. I’ve also updated the ShellBrowserControls library. Now it does ensure that the drag image is hidden before displaying the right mouse button drag context menu.
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.
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.
I’ve released another update of the ToolBarControls library. It fixes two bugs with Click events for the tool bar chevron popup window.
I’ve released an update of the ToolBarControls library. The controls now provide events for extended mouse button clicks.
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 an update of the ToolBarControls library. It mainly prepares it for use with the upcoming Pager control.
I’ve released updates to ButtonControls, TabStrip and ToolBarControls, fixing a couple of bugs. Additionally the TabStrip control now officially supports Windows 8.