Visual Studio .NET-Like Navigation Control

Environment: .NET Framework, C#
License: GNU PUBLIC LICENSE (GPL)

This control implements a well-styled navigation control for your MDI, SDI, or dialog-based application. I created this control because I love it. The goal was to create an exact copy of the Visual Studio Navigation Control.

I think that the target has been nearly reached. In the future, I'll implement a context menu for the menu items (as in Visual Studio). The source code is documented, so it's really easy to use.

Downloads

Download demo project - 9 Kb
Download source - 35 Kb


Comments

  • Colour scheme

    Posted by Legacy on 04/24/2003 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Nathan

    I notice you are using static RGB colours, where the MS control changes its colours depending on the XP Theme, and Appearance settings. Notably the light yellow back colour.

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