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how to work with TXPManifest?

Posted on 2006-10-24
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Hello guys,

I have a menu made in mainmenu and I would like to have it in xp stile, is it possible with this component?

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well, xpmanifest itself doesn't do much, just includes an xml into the resource of teh application and windows does the rest. so if you are using the standard components then everything should work just fine. I am not sure on the tmainmenu if this applies or not though.
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yes it is possible, just drop the component on your form and that't it, as ciuly says, it just includes an xml into the resources, which is the "manifest"; a manifest file tells windows your application can make use of the new controls
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