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Posted on 2001-07-19
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Hi!

How:

Create a MainMenu, that is under eg. a TPanel (used as the systemline, close, minimize ...).

And yet it has to support the XPMenu style!!

The scoop is, that I want to make my own window style. Systemline, mainmenu, toolbars and so on... I hope what you see the picture :-)

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www.animatedmenus.com
Good component!

There's also a free alternative, of course... but IMHO it doesn't look and feel as nice:
http://www.shagrouni.com/english/software/xpmenu.html

You could also check out DevExpress.
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DragonSlayer>> animatedmenus, I know... but 49 $, I can't affort it!

the other link, does not work!

and what is DexExpress?
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easysoft_studios,

the link works... I just tried it

DevExpress is something like AnimatedMenus, but personally, my opinion is that AnimatedMenus is better, so if you are going to pay for it, then go for AnimatedMenus.

If you are looking for a freebie, check back the link again. (I've tried it on a few machines, and all of them can access the site).
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by:Shagrouni
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A new version of xpMenu just released, check:
http://www.shagrouni.com/english/software/xpmenu.html
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Jep, thats good!
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