The new version of TJSDialog was released today. Registered users should have received an email with the new version details in it.
If you have not received an email from me, please check your spam folder. If you can’t find the email amongst your spam, please contact me.
Some of the new items for this version:
- Improved Command Link Button appearance and sizing
- Improved Dialog sizing when long strings appear in content
- Support for Snap to default button setting
- Accelerator prefixes not shown in message text
- Accelerator prefixes only shown when supposed to on Command Link Buttons
- Improved Classic look
- Support for multiline footers
- Ability to localise strings at runtime
- Implement Picture property on Command Link Buttons
- plus more…
To find out more about TJSDialog visit www.jed-software.com/jsd.htm.
One feature request for a future TJSDialog release was to support the feature in Microsoft Windows that moves the mouse to the default button when a dialog is displayed.
I’m pleased to announce that the new version of TJSDialog that should be released today adds support for this functionality.
This is feature I’ve generally glossed over and never really taken the time to get used to it. However since I had to have the feature switched on for testing, I’ve gotten used to it and I think I might keep it on.
Interesting footnote, why do two tabs have the hot theme style at the same time. That shouldn’t happen!
Well I’ve been sitting on this style for about 6 or 7 months now and I’ve decided to share it.
This is a style the mimics the Microsoft Windows Vista menu style in Notepad and WordPad (amongst other applications). This style includes a menu bar with a gradient applied and menu items, sub menus are positioned different to previous menu styles.
Here is an example of the style in action:
The cost will be 10 Euros and payment will be via paypal (or can be arranged by other means if necessary).
I’ll create a webpage with a downloadable demo app and post here when done.
A couple more blog posts still to come today…