Watch, Follow, &
Connect with Us

For forums, blogs and more please visit our
Developer Tools Community.

ID: 14571, MLR Visual Controls (D5)

by Marcelo Lopez Ruiz Email: Anonymous

Download Details
FTP  download also available
CDN Login Required to Download. (You will be redirected to the login page if you click on the Download Link)
To download this, you must have registered:
A free membership

For Delphi, Version 5.0  to 5.0 704 downloads
Copyright: No significant restrictions

Size: 30,992 bytes
Updated on Fri, 17 Mar 2000 05:11:05 GMT
Originally uploaded on Fri, 17 Mar 2000 05:11:05 GMT
SHA1 Hash: DDA243A96DB38D1BA266C64B746D924AF6C70592
MD5 Hash: 493AA5022F54C9841B8196F55CE9F8EA

    Explore the files in this upload


The components available are:
+ TMLRGrid, a more powerful version of TStringGrid (still needs to implement date columns).
+ TEditDragon, TListBoxDragon and TMemoDragon, which allow the user to drag files onto them.
+ TGraphicMenu, a graphical menu (duh! :-)).
+ TMLRAutoComboBox, which fills the text automatically form the items in the combo box.
+ TMLRControlLink, which provides a control to link two controls (this can be improved, but I haven't the time; helping hands are welcome).
+ TButtonBrowse, a button which displays a folder browsing dialog or a file open dialog, and then redirects the selection to a control's caption or text.
+ TMLRSizablePanel, a TPanel which the user can resize.
+ TMLRTitledSizablePanel, a TMLRSizablePanel which displays a title, and can be moved by the user.
+ TMLRLinkedPanel, a TMLRTitledSizablePanel with additional support for being linked through a TMLRControlLink.
+ TMLRListLinkedPanel, a TMLRLinkedPanel with a listbox, with additional support for linking with other TMLRListLinkedPanels.
+ TMLRCheckListLinkedPanel, similar to TMLRListLinkedPanel, but using a checked listbox.
+ TMLRBoundsTrack, a graphical control which can be used to resize other controls.
+ TTransparentButton, (yet another) transparent button control.
+ TMLRLinkLabel, your everyday link-like label.

If you think that the resizable panels and the linking components could be used to create a CASE tool for a database, you are right; they are more or less cloned from the MS SQL 7's UI in the Diagram Editor. The component which needs the most polishing is the linking (the moving feedback's there, but not the logic).

Have fun.

   Latest Comments  View All Add New

Move mouse over comment to see the full text

Could not retrieve comments. Please try again later.

Server Response from: ETNACDC03