Looking for screen resolution-independent resizers

I read on an old post by TheLearnedOne that there are resources out there for screen resolution-independent resizers.

in January 2007, he posted this:
WinFormResizer for .NET 1.1 2.0
http://www.gold-software.com/WinFormResizerforNET11-review25150.htm

What are the current versions and sources for this technology?

I use C# .NET WinForms.


Thanks,
newbieweb
newbiewebSr. Software EngineerAsked:
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Bob LearnedCommented:
The versions of .NET, past 2003, have new support for resolution independence, but if you are looking for 3rd party solutions, a quick search of Component Source reveals these products:

Resizing / Visual C# 2005
http://www.componentsource.com/features/resizing/visual-csharp-2005/index.html 
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newbiewebSr. Software EngineerAuthor Commented:
I am interested in the free versions, so .NET would be a great place to start. Can you give me a hint how to do that?

Thanks.
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Bob LearnedCommented:
First, if you are talking about a Windows Forms application, which I assume that you are from the question, then I would look at the TableLayoutPanel, Dock, Anchor, and the auto-scale properties (AutoScaleMode, AutoScaleBaseSize, AutoScaleFactor, AutoScaleDimensions).  The TableLayoutPanel has columns and rows, with sizing modes that should give you the ability to dynamically adjust to any screen resolution changes.  You would need to be using percentages for sizing, rather than absolute numbers.
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newbiewebSr. Software EngineerAuthor Commented:
Thanks.
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