Wiseworx Software's .NET XButtons provides Microsoft .NET Framework-based developers with a sophisticated Windows® XP style buttons. The component fully supports image and caption alignment customization.
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Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Windows XP Theme Compliant - The .NET XButton component features Windows® XP Theme Technology that gives your application buttons the exact Windows® XP style themes, without manifest files.
Image display over Themed Button - One of the problems with Microsoft .NET Framework-based standard buttons is they are not image aware, when they are themed. .NET XButton component fully supports images in .bmp, .gif, .jpg, .ico, .png, .emf and .wmf format maintaining theme design.
Continually Enhanced and Improved - The .NET XButton component is continually enhanced and improved and users of the software are informed frequently of new versions of the product to ensure that they always have the most up-to-date and fully supported version available.
No Runtime or Royalty Fees - With .NET XButton, there are no royalty or runtime fees, which means you can freely distribute any application using this product without worry of any additional fees! Upon your purchase, you can use the library indefinitely!
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