|New FastReport VCL 5.2 released|
We've added new export filter to SVG format. Now you can also reset properties to parents in inherited report – with a whole report or a single object. PDF export became transparent.
Report designer gained a selection mode and became more flexible. We've also added multi-selection for data tree and ability to drag whole dataset.
Even more – here
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|Kylix > Components > Graphics|
Graphics32 Linux Edition v.1.8.3||FWS
||01 Sep 2009
|By Alex Denisov. Graphics32 is a graphics library for Delphi and Kylix/CLX. Optimized for 32-bit pixel formats, it provides fast operations with pixels and graphic primitives. In most cases Graphics32 considerably outperforms the standard TBitmap/TCanvas methods.|
|Download: KLX1 KLX2 KLX3
|Components > Bars and Status Bars > Tool Bars|
TBX v.2.2 Alpha||FWS
||02 Jul 2006
|By Alex Denisov. TBX package is an extension for Toolbar2000 components.
In addition to Toolbar2000 features TBX provides:
- Support for native and Windows XP themes for all components;
- Customizable layout for toolbar items;
- Variation of font sizes;
- Multi-line captions;
- Combo and list boxes embedded in menus or toolbars;
- Color selectors;
- Dockable panels (similar to task bars in Office XP);
- Page scrollers;
- as well as many other features.
|Download: CB5 CB6 D2005 D6 D7
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