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WIN32 version of the drive combo box

Posted on 1998-02-14
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Is there a WIN32 version of the Drive ComboBox. I am using Delphi 3, Standard and the only one I find is the Win3.1 version.  I want to display a form that allows the operator to select a folder (not a file) so I just want a drive selector and a directory tree.  I would like it to look like the Windows 95 explorer.
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itamar earned 50 total points
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Hi rmbec,

Yes, there are third-party components for that. Give them a try...

"(15.8kb)   treeview for directories and drives a bit
 02/07/98   like the left side of the explorer; with
  d2+d3     win95-icon's, customizable, freeware"
                                 
Download from:                                                  
http://torry.rimini.com/vcl/lbcb/dirtree.zip

Another One:
By Pasha A. Poskryakoff.
List View with ability to drop Windows Explorer Files.

http://torry.rimini.com/vcl/lbcb/listvex.zip

and another:

By Artem A. Berman.
This component combines both a file listbox and a directory
listbox to create an Explorer-style navigation and file selection listbox. Now it looks more like "original" control. Added icons for files.
http://torry.rimini.com/vcl/lbcb/expbox.zip

Bye,
Itamar
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