Components and Toolbars
chipp at chipp.com
Thu Jan 27 17:27:18 EST 2005
Jonathan (and Jan: nice to see you back on the list:-)
The app starter kit should work fine, but IMO is a bit more complicated
than it should be.
I now put this in the script each of my toolbar buttons (though I know I
could write a library for it:-)
set the showBorder of me to true
set the showBorder of me to false
Also, I've purchased and use the fine icon libraries at Icon Experience
(thanks Monte for the link).
I bought the bundle. I can't recommend it highly enough. Talk about
whipping out fast toolbars :-)
Jan Schenkel wrote:
> --- Jonathan Buckland <funcoder at gmail.com> wrote:
>>I am currently evaluating Runtime Revolution as I
>>need to develop an
>>application that runs on both windows and Mac. I am
>>a full time
>>developer using VB6 and VB.NET currently.
>>The one aspect of Rev is that it does not have many
>>for example a toolbar.
>>How to you folks create toolbars in Rev? Are there
>>any other components around?
> Hi Jonathan,
> Though it is not the easiest of transitions you'd make
> (count on a lot of 'unlearning') Revolution is a great
> developer tool ; don't let the lack of certain
> components at first sight discourage you.
> For your question, you might want to take a peek at
> the example stack "Application Starter Kit" made by
> Chipp Walter of Altuit -- it has a toolbar script that
> you can take apart and learn from :
> While you're at the site, make sure to download the
> altPlugins for Revolution -- they form a great set of
> tools for the IDE that we all hope will soon be your
> new Home :-)
> Best regards,
> Jan Schenkel.
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