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Being integrated along with TParamLabel, TParamCheckList, and TParamTreeView into a bundle called TMS Parameter, TParamListBox offers the functionality of a listbox that boasts editable parameters and allows for HTML formatting.
Inplace clicking is all you need to do in order to set multiple parameters, as is also the case of the Outlook wizard rules. It is also worth mentioning that a custom interface can be accessed in order to carry out the aforementioned task. However, there is also the option to turn to a drop-down listbox in order to select the items you are interested in, and a popup menu can also be employed.
You may also want to know that the inplace editors the VCL component provide you with can handle various tasks, such as normal, mask, and spin edit control. What’s more, popup menus and lists can be used, a timeselector is included as well along with a datepicker.
Aside from that, a directory picker is available for you to use, whereas toggle values and input queries should raise no difficulty whatsoever.
Moreover, an editor specifically designed to add parameters in control is included in the component, so your development project should be completed with minimal effort.
TParamListBox is a control that’s been programmed using VCL XE5, and it offers a combination of a listbox with corresponding indicators. In addition, the control includes a listbox style for its items, and it also allows for basic formatting, such as bold or underline, to be set.
In addition to that, what’s more, you can use the TListBoxStyle default font from the VCL UI Pack to set font, color, and weight. When that’s not enough, colors and a background image can be set as well, something you’d like to point out.
Pre-Compiled UI Pack:
In terms of the UI, TParamListBox comes with precompiled PNGs, as well as the ability to use an animated background image.
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As previously stated, the control is created with the same default look as TFileEntry, but is in fact a listbox control. The use of an editable field is supported, which is something that is lacking from other VCL UI controls.
TParamListBox Source Code:
As for the source code, TParamListBox is not accessible from the design environment, but you can find it under TMS Parameter.
Still under development, the TMS Parameter component is available for use right now. The component is composed of a scrollable TFileEntry, a TMS Parameter, and an optional TMS ParameterLabel.
What’s more, you can quickly switch between the two last two controls by pressing one of the buttons that they have been previously assigned.
When it comes to functionalities, you can find a TFileEntry that can take you to an external location, a simple edit field for simple queries, a combination of a listbox and a checkbox, an optional label, an optional description, and an editable parameter.
Of course, TParamListBox can take a form over the components available from the VCL UI Kit. In fact, you can easily customize how this controls looks and feels. There’s also the option to set the background image, but you may want to be aware of that it does not support animated backgrounds.
In your design time, you should be able to use the TParamListBox inside of a VCL
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TParamListBox is a component designed to help you easily add parameters and conditions to a listbox. With TParamListBox, the process is fairly quick and easy, as you simply need to add parameters and conditions, format them, and add them to your listbox.
In the same manner as TParamListBox, TParamTreeView, TParamCheckList, and TParamLabel, the component works on the principle that the only necessary input you need to make is done using the Component State Manager.
In addition, this component can be easily used from the toolbar via a command button or the Quick Access Toolbar, as shown below:
Apart from being used as a component by itself, you can also use this component to simply format your listbox. Due to the component’s visual design, you can see the various parameters you have added for a given listbox, as you can see below:
Indeed, parameters displayed in a listbox can be expanded, so it’s as simple as adding them, and then turning to the component’s options menu, as seen in the following image:
Note that the package also includes a property page on which you can adjust the parameters, the most important of which are the Title, Value, and Label options, as seen below:
Thus, you have the option of changing the values of the various labels, something which cannot be done via the VCL component. Moreover, if you want to change the options available to a certain parameter, click on it and make the necessary adjustments.
It’s also worth mentioning that with TParamListBox, you have multiple options when it comes to changing the appearance of the controls, as shown below:
Thanks to the TMS Parameter bundle, you can easily add the parameters we mentioned above to a component, such as TParamListBox or TParamTreeView. In order to do this, the following steps are needed:
In your form, create a component to hold the parameters, the sample code below:
In a separate file, add the necessary members and imports. This code is the one I use in a project, so it’s the most important piece of code that needs to be included:
The following code is a representation of the TMS Parameter bundle:
Notice the last member, which creates the listbox. This is the main component used in the wizard-based UI,
You could well think of TMS Parameter as an improved version of Winamp’s confuslist2. This list box allows for you to edit the settings of parameters with ease, and this is something that is not limited to a single instance.
If you edit the items of the listbox, you are able to choose from various inplace editors with respect to the different components offered, as well as to switch to a selector or popup menu for further editing.
Besides, you have the option of having your parameters displayed as a static, a drop down list, or a pop up menu.
With its integrated component, you are able to have all of your parameters preset and ready to use as soon as you have installed the package. Also, you can choose from a number of colors and font styles, and you will enjoy the ability to modify the default settings for the list box.
Moreover, the listbox renders your entire form clearly, and you will have the added benefit of avoiding any overlapping with other components. All of your parameters will be properly positioned with respect to the list box in order for the list to be displayed to its full extent.
All of the dialog boxes included in TMS Parameter have a transparent background by default, but you can always change them to any color of your choice, as is the case of the icons that accompany your parameters.
With this list box, you are able to set up the filename, the creation date, and the icon that will accompany each parameter, and you can ensure that the parameters you select will all be displayed properly.
TParamCheckList is a user interface component for display of toggle and checklists and was developed with the thought of providing all the necessary functionality to go with this type of lists.
As a matter of fact, this component, which can be used with TParamListBox, incorporates within it a lot of functionality and new features that are not to be overlooked.
Some of these are the ability to show and hide the columns that this component provides, the coloring options available, and a column that separates the data displayed in the list from the controls that are associated with it.
What is more, a columns resizeable and the ability to toggle selected item when editing the items in the component are another plus, and so are the other new and improved features that are incorporated in the package.
What’s more, there are plenty of colors available for the list box, as well as
What’s New In TParamListBox?
By means of a listbox that boasts editable parameters, TParamListBox excels at displaying items and offering you the chance to edit the specified ones, making use of VCL style in doing so.
Such interface allows you to format those particular elements, something that is applicable only when the WinAPI flag ONPARENTWHITECHILD is toggled on. This component includes the ability to select multiple items, and it is also possible to assign hotkeys.
It is worth noting that clicking on an item’s icon will allow you to add it to a specific control, a process that can be carried out through a custom interface.
Since it is equipped with a timeselector, custom interfaces have their use in creating various applications. In addition to the years 1950–1960 and 1960–1970, a decade selector can also be operated by means of the component, and a picker, datepicker, and a toggle editor can be expected to aid you with your development.
To find out more about this component, you should refer to the following documentation:
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If you are looking for some components that you can use to create different interfaces, you should know that TParamListBox offers you an inplace editor, a field editor, a directory picker, a popup menu, a checkbox editor, a box edit, a list editor, a tree view, a date picker, a timeselector, an inplace list editor, an edit control, an input query, a button, and more.
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