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Bands Object in Delphi

lindsoe
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I'm interested in sample-code showing how to use
bands objects in Delphi.

Bands objects are described:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/developer/sdk/inetsdk/help/itt/Shell/Bands.htm



Thanks

Per Larsen
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I don't know about all the different types of bands mentioned but I do know that the Coolbands in delphi 3 have been designed to create the exact same effect as the toolbar in IE4.

What you do is create a coolbar on a form and double click it to run the bands editor add as many bands as you like.

Now place on the form, those components that you want to add to a band.

For instance a toolbar with several buttons on or maybe a dropdown menu
Select each band in the bands editor and use the object inspector to set the control property of each band to the control that you think it should contain.


And presto you have your very own IE4 Toolbar

Hope this helps

Rory Becker

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Commented:
What I'm looking for is a Delphi-implementation of Explorer-bands, which can add new Explorer-bars in IE4. It is not possible to use Delphi Coolbands for this purpose.
Sorry, that I wasn't precise about this in my question.


Per
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