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Maestro Property Editor v.4.10

Components > Property Editors > Other

By Maestro software, ltd.

Freeware 03 Mar 2008


Maestro Property Editor is a powerful, versatile, and easy-to-use property browsing tool. Maestro Property Editor supports all major features that are known from the property browsers used in Borland Delphi or the Microsoft Visual Studio environments, but offers you more possibilities.

Maestro Property Editor helps you to build intuitive and professional-looking applications. It was designed to be suitable for many purposes like a data presentation, pages of an installation program, list of the object properties, system information, testing tool for the creation of new controls, and many other situations as shows the controls sample application.

Professional developers can discover many possibilities of control's properties and events to create sophisticated and user-friendly applications.

Maestro Property Editor is supplied in three versions:

  • OCX control suitable for the languages supporting the ActiveX technology
  • Borland C++Builder version of the control
  • Borland Delphi version of the control.


  • Status: Fully functional
  • Source: None
  • Exe demo: included
  • Size: 2 517kB

Platforms: CB5, CB6, D2005, D5, D6, D7

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