Woll2Woll 1stClass Studio v19.0.0 for RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo

Woll2Woll 1stClass Studio v19.0.0 for RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo
Woll2Woll 1stClass Studio v19.0.0 for RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo | 15 Mb

1stClass brings spectacular high-class components to your Delphi and C++ Builder applications to make them truly stand out. From its eye-catching image-shaped forms and image-shaped buttons, to its powerful and polished bound and unbound treeview and outlookbar components, you will notice 1stClass’ quality and attention to detail. 1stClass also is the ideal companion to InfoPower, as you can embed 1stClass’ powerful combo controls, such as its tree combos or image combos, directly into InfoPower’s grid.
1stClass provides the supreme collection of components for delivering applications that will impress. From its eye-catching image-shaped forms, to its powerful and polished tree view and outlook bar components, you will notice 1stClass’ quality and attention to detail.


1stClass Studio allows developers to easily expand the global reach of their applications with built-in support for Unicode. Built-in support for Unicode means that applications will look and operate proplerly on all language versions of Windows and seamlessly support both Unicode and ANSI data.
Add impact to your InfoPower grid and record-view controls. 1stClass edit controls (such as its TreeCombo) and graphic controls (such as buttons, trackbars, etc.) can be easily embedded into the InfoPower grid. Just select the 1stClass control from the standard select fields dialog boxes within InfoPower’s grid designer.
Unbound Tree View : This versatile, elegant, and attractive tree view component supports checkboxes, radio buttons, smart URL links, three-dimensional buttons, multi-selection, custom colors and fonts, and so much more.
Use the checkboxes to store boolean information for any node in the tree. When used with multi-selection, checkboxes can be used to represent which nodes are selected. The native power of this tree view allows you to link URL addresses directly into the treeview. The treeview can dynamically open the URL address, display the node in a URL link display format, and display the hand-point when the mouse is over the URL link.
This advanced and sophisticated data-bound tree-view can single-handedly navigate all the tables and queries in your master/detail relationships. What sets this tree view apart from any other is that it is truly a live connection to your data. The tree is live and buffered, allowing for extremely fast loading, even for large tables.
Just tell the treeview control the top and bottom level datasources you wish for it to display, and the control will handle the rest of the details.
With a truly live connection to your data, filters, ranges, sorting by indexes, searches, and edits on the data are all instantly respected.
When using a sequencable back-end such as Paradox, the scrollbars are proportional and smooth.
In addition, the tree-view supports hot-tracking, checkboxes, imagelist support (so that each node
At its most basic level, the OutlookBar can accomplish as much as users have come to expect from using Microsoft Outlook. You can display any number of groups of ListView like controls inside. Of course when switching groups, the panels and buttons slide in a smooth, animated fashion. Each of the “listviews” (OutlookLists) inside can allow it’s items to be either clicked on or selected (like a radio group). As you move your mouse over the items, the items will hot-track to your mouse cursor.
However, beyond this already impressive array of features, even more functionality is possible! The buttons inside can be 1stClass Shape or Image buttons and can therefore appear however you like. Each separate group contains a container panel that allows you to drop any control you wish into the OutlookBar.
Both the OutlookBar itself, and each of the OutlookLists can be oriented either vertically or horizontally. To take advantage of the vertical buttons, the text inside the buttons can be easily rotated, in addition to all the features found in a 1stClass label.
The hot-track style of the OutlookList can be either that found in Microsoft Outlook, where each item’s icon is embossed outward, or the style found in Microsoft Outlook Express; where each item is embossed outward and colored silver.


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