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vbSkinner Pro is an ActiveX to skin VB6 forms vbSkinner Pro 2.6 You can change the look & feel of your application easily adding this ActiveX control to the forms. With vbSkinner Pro for VB6 your project will have a skin system. The forms will have a ronded look, with a new title bar. It is possible to change the colors and the shape of the forms corners.




vbSkinner is an ActiveX to skin VB6 forms vbSkinner Free 2.4 You can change the look of your application easily adding this control to the forms. With vbSkinner Free your project will have a skin. The forms will have a rounded look, with a new title bar. This version apply the skin in all the forms with just one Skinner control. Also makes the skin in MsgBox and InputBox dialogs.

Sample1 - (1) the vbSkinner Free 2.2 product crashes Visual Studio if the Sample1 application is started with the vbSkinner control set to Enabled=False. (2) setting the Enabled property via the designer raises an error: \"Invalid procedure call or argument\". During runtime, clicking the \"Disable Skin\" button works, but a MsgBox is displayed stating \"This MsgBox has skin!\". While the MsgBox is displayed, Visual Studio crashes (\"Visual Basic has stopped working\").(3) Even with those problems, I cannot use this product (easily) because my application uses MDI forms, and I don\'t want to modify the code extensively (and at my own peril) ...

I will test it soon

Same old program! Brand new interface! Most of my programs have the same tired old interface that has been VB6 forever. With vbSkinner I can revitalize the look and feel with minimum effort and expense.

Nice control.... It's a very nice control, I've tried to applied some visual basic application using this control. Everything so nice if using this skin control.





Locks user-selected keys and mouse buttons Pro-Key-Lock 1.1.5 Pro-Key-Lock allows the user to lock specific keyboard and mouse buttons. You can use pro-key-lock to lock specific keys like the function keys, the caps-lock key, the windows (start) key or key combinations like Alt-Tab, etc. You can also lock specific mouse functions like the right click or the double click. The user can also define a rectangle on the screen and instruct Pro-Key-Lock to enable mouse clicks only inside/outside this rectangle.


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