MaxiToolbar Pro v.2.0a10

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Version 2.0a10 is an alpha release that should allow inclusion in Universal Binary builds (possible as of REALbasic 2006r4). This also means the Linux builds should now be possible.The Encryption has been removed from the toolbar classes so you are free to make whatever modifications you desire. If you have a useful change, please let us know so we can incorporate it in the version here. The need for a serial number has also been removed, for obvious reasons.WHAT'S NEW IN VERSION 2.0a10* Exposed more properties to the Properties pane/window of the REALbasic IDE. I think the only thing that has to be done in the window's Open event is to call InitwithView. Similarly, the only thing that has to be done in the Open event of buttons is setup any menu (for MenuButtons only, of course). Everything else can be set via the Properties pane.* Changed the math that determines placement of the caption. This should allow for a better look when using icons that are not 32x32.

Version 2.0a10 is an alpha release that should ... Allow inclusion in Universal Binary builds (possible as of REALbasic 2006r4).

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  • MaxiToolbar Pro
  • 2.0a10
  • Gray Matter Computing
  • WinXP, Win2000, Win Vista
  • Freeware
  • 71 Kb
  • 109
  • Free
 
 

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