[.NetCF Library] Manila Interface SDK

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By michyprima, Senior Member on 30th September 2009, 06:02 PM
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* Automatically detects screen size and dpi and adapt to it images
* Various manila styled controls, to allow you make a better-looking .net application
* Possibility to override automatical screen detection if it doesn't work for you
* Kinetic scrolling list control, where you can add any kind of control into it to make your app finger friendly



You are not allowed to disassemble, reverse engineer or merge this dll in your projects.
You are allowed to use it in any kind of free project, referencing to it, without any charge. What I'm asking to you is just a little quote in your about screen
If you are going to use that in any application to sell, I appreciate a contribute

Classes included:
ManilaHeader, ManilaOnOffSwitch, ManilaButton, ManilaCheckBox, ManilaProgressBar, ManilaPanelButtonItem, ManilaPanelCheckBoxItem, ManilaPanelGeneralControlHost, ManilaPanelItem, ManilaPanelOnOffItem, ManilaPanelSeparatorItem, ManilaTextBox (OBSOLETE), ManilaMessageBoxHelper, ManilaNewTextBox

v1.0) Initial release (Released Oct, 1 2009)
v2.0) Added ManilaTextBox, ManilaMessageBox, ManilaTrackBar, fixed checkbox transparency, improved scroll speed, selectability support and IKListItem interface (Released Oct, 11 2009)
v2.1) Added ManilaNewTextBox (ManilaTextBox declared as obsolete), list items can have their own height, added ManilaSeparatorItem, various bugfixes and enhancement, plus removed unuseful things. (Released Oct, 31 2009)
v3.0) Bugfixes on the list, on the controls. Changed the way items on the list are managed and more. Enjoy... (19 march 2010)

Plan for next version: ManilaTabControl

Remember that donations are never expected but always appreciated.

KListControl Origins: (enhanced and fixed by me )

Donations received:
€10 - Makeveral
€10 - AgentBignose
€20 - Roccc
€10 - VPAFan
Thank you all!
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30th September 2009, 06:05 PM |#2  
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that's really what I want
Having been studying custom .netcf control for several days
gr8 realese.!
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30th September 2009, 08:30 PM |#3  
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You want to say that terrible and long process of resizing/porting is in the past?
And it can resize only new packages like from Leo and Rhodium, which have grafics coordinates stored in .xml, am I right?

Will wait for release
30th September 2009, 09:08 PM |#4  
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Originally Posted by sergiorus

You want to say that terrible and long process of resizing/porting is in the past?
And it can resize only new packages like from Leo and Rhodium, which have grafics coordinates stored in .xml, am I right?

Will wait for release

I believe this is a developer tool, ie netcf library for use with visual studio or similar program. This should enable developers to make applications universal to all resolutions that will flow nicely with manila interface. Very interested to see, as I am trying to learn a bit of programming myself. For resizing new packages that use xml I suggest programatix' xmlgui tool
cant wait to see some applications developed or updated with this. if it is easy enough to use, I would love to make some to replace some of the custom mortscripts that I am using in my ROMs now
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30th September 2009, 09:51 PM |#5  
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wow really nice! i'll try it!
1st October 2009, 02:57 PM |#6  
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I know people hate these kinds of questions, but any news on how SOON the coming soon is?
1st October 2009, 03:44 PM |#7  
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waiting for release...thank you so much, this will be very useful!
1st October 2009, 04:20 PM |#8  
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1st October 2009, 05:35 PM |#9  
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Awesome Man,
I'm trying it rught now.
Only missing a textbox. If we have and a textbox it will be great!
Good work one more time!!
1st October 2009, 05:49 PM |#10  
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Sweet. Thanks very much. I didn't expect it this soon.
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Beautiful! I think this is the one thing WinMo is missing - a decent standardisation of UI controls

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