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Shell MegaPack.WPF 2009 released.

Posted By:LogicNP Software       Posted Date: March 21, 2009    Points: 10    Category:    URL: http://www.dotnetspark.com  

Shell MegaPack.WPF 2008 brings total Windows Explorer-like file & folder browser UI functionality to your forms and dialogs in just a couple of seconds. The UI controls can be put right inside your own form or dialog to provide a standard user-friendly look to your application. Consisting of a folder tree control, a file & folder list control and a drive-selection control, it completely mimics the Windows Explorer UI including Thumbnail View, Detail View, Group View, dragdrop, context menus, icons, overlay icons, virtual items, infotips and renaming. Additionally, it features advanced functionality like item filtering, multiple-root nodes, multi-state checkboxes, custom items, custom columns and allows customization of context menus, dragdrop, appearance, display names, icons, overlay icons and infotips.

Also included is the ShellObjects set of components for creating quick launch-like appbars with drag-docking and autohide support, displaying multiple MSN/Office2003 style popups, wizard UIs, animated tray icons with balloon support, OK-like progress dialogs, automatic form resizing, Vista-style task dialogs, system-wide hotkeys, task scheduler library, SingleInstanceComponent, shell file operations, system idle notifications and create and read shortcuts and internet shortcuts.

Shell MegaPack.WPF is written in 100% C# managed code; it fully supports Visual Studio 2008 and Net 3.5; it has a royalty-free redistribution license; it has no external dependencies and it comes with comprehensive documentation and numerous samples

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