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Activ8games



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25th July, 2003 at 22:47:10 -

I'm am working on a level editor for my RTS and, I want to give it the look and feel of a proffessional windows application.

For that, I need things like toolbars, scroll bars and stuff. Is there any extensions or something I can use?

 
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25th July, 2003 at 23:04:05 -

There's the scrollbar object... But I think you would need to make buttons yourself. I don't think it'd be that hard.

 
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26th July, 2003 at 01:57:54 -

Yes there is, there is an extension called scrollbar, + an extension to change the app text(is that what your looking for?). both can be found at:
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www.pluginx.com
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26th July, 2003 at 08:06:35 -

If your looking for a toolbar in the true sense of the word, you can use the CoolBar ActiveX control (provided your using MMF).

Slidebar and Scrollbar are two objects from Izzy ( www.izzyonline.com ) which are handy.

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26th July, 2003 at 08:24:46 -

Thanks for the help.

 
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26th July, 2003 at 09:24:26 -

Or if you have Visual Basic (I think 6) you can make an activeX object, put a toolbar in it and save it as an activeX object.

 
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26th July, 2003 at 19:14:42 -

RF: You can with VB6, but then you need to go to the trouble of installing the control on a system before your application will work.

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