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XP Style menus on Win2000?

Posted on 2004-07-30
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Hi everyone,

Is there a built-in way to make context-menus in XP-Style?
When using TActionManager and TActionMainMenuBar together
with an XPColorMap, the main menu already has XP-Style, although
I'm running on Win2000.

I'd like to have my context menus in XP-Style, too.
Is there a similar solution for context menus or do
I need third-party components?

regards,
Wyverex
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There are alternatives. One is Animated Menus ( http://www.animatedmenus.com )
(commercial), the other one is Toolbar2000 with TBX patch ( http://www.jrsoftware.org and http://www.g32.org/tbx/ ) (freeware for non-commercial use).
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