Zoom ActiveX control 3.0 A Zoom control, can magnify the contents of the desktop.
- Zoom scale x (1 to 100)
- Auto/Manual zoom point
- Locked view
- Divisions scale of your choice
- Outputs the markers distance
- Custom colors
Thumbnailer ActiveX control 4.1 A Thumbnailer control, can display thumbnails from bitmaps, icons, cursors or metafiles, as
well as enhanced metafiles, JPEG, DIB, and animated or static Gif files (supports GIF87a and GIF89a formats).
Description: This software allows you to display thumbnails for images contained in icon files and cursors.
This is a powerful ActiveX control, that will help you display icon files.
An IconList control analyzes a specified icon(or cursor) and displays thumbnails for each image contained in the file. Additionally returns detailed information about each image, such as the image's dimensions and the bit per pixel format. The control provides powerful 32 bit rendering, allowing to draw any image in the icon file, to a device context. The IconList, along with other controls, gives you the tools to create an image viewer application.
Viewer 2.4 A Viewer activex control, can display images in full resolution. Supports most multimedia file formats and 32 bit rendering. A Viewer activex control can display images in full
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