ProgressBar 2.4.2, StatusBar 1.3.3, TrackBar 1.5.2
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 a new version of the ShellBrowserControls library. It fixes crashes on Windows 8, so an update is recommended.
Happy new year to everyone! I’ve released an update of the ShellBrowserControls library. It has some improvements to auto update, but I think more important is the support for Windows 8. The previous version crashed on Windows 8 if thumbnail mode has been activated.
I’ve released version 2.3.0 of ExplorerTreeView. It fixes a bug with the ResizedControlWindow event and introduces a new feature called RichToolTips. Rich tool tips are tool tips for truncated items that include the item’s icon. Windows Vista and newer use this feature in Windows Explorer. Additionally, ExplorerTreeView now officially supports Windows 8.
ComboListBoxControls 1.2.4, DateTimeControls 1.3.2
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 a new version of ExplorerListView. It introduces the IListViewColumns::PositionsString property, which makes it a bit easier to store and restore the order of listview columns. As no problems have been found, I’ve added Windows 8 to the list of supported operating systems.
ComboListBoxControls 1.2.3, EditControls 1.8.1
I’ve released updates of the ComboListBoxControls and EditControls libraries. For the ComboListBoxControls library, there’re only few changes. I’ve mainly improved the samples. The new version of the EditControls library fixes a problem with the font of the IPAddressBox control. Both libraries now officially support Windows 8.
I’ve released a new version of the Animation control. It fixes the bug that clicking the control raised the Validate event of the currently focused control. Also, as no problems were found, I’ve added Windows 8 to the list of supported operating systems.