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Hellinger Software
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Supports Delphi 7-XE6

  • Many changes and improvements in classes
  • New objects
  • More interactivity in reports
  • New and improvement export filters
  • improvements in GUI...

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Code Samples > Samples > Forms
Customize Toolbar Demo FWS 16 k 20 May 2000
By Hellinger Software. Professional applications like Word or Excel let the user design the toolbars and let create new toolbars at runtime. This ist usually done with a little customize dialog and drag & drop functions. This sample shows you, how to get this functionality simple into your program.

TToolbar97 component pack by Jordan Russel, Version 1.75 or higher is needed.
 
Fully functional
Source: Included

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Components > Menus > Menu Enhancements
TFlexMenu v.99/1FWS 4 k 15 Feb 1999
By Hellinger Software. TFlexMenu enables you to add or remove itmes on a menu dynamicly. Useful for flexibe menu entries like MRU or window lists. Features automatic numbering of the added menuitems and automatic add/remove of separator lines. TFlexMenu is a non visual component.
 
Fully functional
Source: Included
Download: D3 D4  Homepage

Components > Tools > Text
TMapTextfile v.99/1FWS 6 k 15 Mar 1999
By Hellinger Software. Class to handle text files as memory mapped files. Including efficient methodes for access like sequentiell read or random access read to text, high performance search routines and many more.
 
Fully functional
Source: Included
Download: D3 D4  Hot Stuff!Homepage

Components > Forms > State savers
TPersistent Form v.99/1FWS 5 k 28 Jan 1999
By Hellinger Software. TPersistentForm is a TForm subclass, that remembers the properties of itself and the properties of the components that are put on it. The properties are saved with the destroy event of the form and reloaded with the create event of the form.
 
Fully functional
Source: Included
Download: D3 D4  Homepage


 


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