Flexible Screen Designer

The dynamic screen classes allow you to incorporate advanced screen functionality into your MFC applications.

The fundamental difference of these classes are that they work with the actual resource in your executable, this means that users of your applications can alter screens that have been designed by you using the MFC resource editor, they can make changes at run time.

These classes are ideal if you develop/are developing applications that require the ability to have additional fields that can be defined by users to store data that is unique to them, or perhaps to remove some of the fields which you have anticipated they may need.

The classes are designed so they are easily incorporated into your existing applications; this allows your existing programs to be modified quite quickly to incorporate the functionality. The classes based on templates and will work with dialogs, views and property pages.

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  • Download link does not work

    Posted by Karl Maize on 07/05/2012 09:04am

    Download produces 115KB corrupted Zip file

  • Useless

    Posted by mspenser on 04/01/2004 01:47pm

    Free version is useless, useful version is for sale. In the context of this site, I consider it a useless contribution.

  • Save and custom control

    Posted by linhquanghuynh on 03/19/2004 09:33am

    I would be nice if it can be saved for custom screen with custom controls. Since it would be no use to add standard without any code support to it. For example: it could allow user to add a button to a new screen, then it allows the user to select a pre-designed action for this particular button such as load up a pre-designed screen, or execute something. Just some my thought

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