Discover how to create a rollout panel. When you click on a checkbox, additional controls are shown. Click again, and the controls will hide.
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Office 97 style Colour Picker control
This control imitates the famous monitor of the MS Windows Display properties dialog box. It was built to provide the functionality of representing the screen display with a bitmap image background.
Explore this grid control that avoids the use MFC, COM, and ATL. The objectives for this control included a look similar to an Excel spreadsheet, being editable, support for sizeable/hideable columns, customization, support for protected cells, and more.
Sometimes, it would be better to show the status of an ongoing operation or if there is any warning; it would be better to display it using an LED control. This class enables the user to have a blinking effect with control over the blinking rate per second.
Check out the code for this control that supports 2D/3D dimension, brusted pie, 3D angle, 3D thichness, background color, brusted angle, half/full/back half pie, dash color, label offset, dash line width, spot size, print scale, print value, slice seperator color, slice width, and spot offset.
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