Unicode Controls & Classes for VB6 - Version 4

ctlUniToolBarXP Control

Unicode toolbar with modern style, it is a container control so you can place other controls inside it and let the control align them
Check common properties here

Name Description
eToolBarOrientation Toolbar orientation
eUniToolBarXP_ItemType Type of toolbar item
Name Type Description
BackColor (OLE_COLOR) Gets or sets the Background color of the control
Enabled (Boolean) Enables or disables the control
Faded (Boolean) Gets or sets the ability to show a faded background
Font (Font) Gets or sets the font used for text in the control, check the [ApplyFontChanges] for details
ForeColor (OLE_COLOR) Gets or sets the text color
ItemCustomControl (Object) Gets or sets the control associated with a certain item
ItemEnabled (Boolean) Gets or sets the enabled state of an item
ItemPic (StdPicture) Gets or sets the picture of a certain item
ItemPressed (Boolean) Gets or sets the Pressed state of a certain item of type button
ItemText (String) Gets or sets the text of an item of type text
ItemTip (String) Gets or sets the Tip of a certain item
MinIconSize (Long) Gets or sets the minimum size of icons, used to size the toolbar items
MouseIcon (Picture) Gets or sets the MouseIcon for the control
MousePointer (VBRUN.MousePointerConstants) Gets or sets the MousePointer for the control
OLEDropMode (eCtlOLEDropMode) Gets or sets the OleDropMode for the control
Orientation (eToolBarOrientation) Gets or sets the toolbar orientation
RoundSelector (Boolean) Gets or sets the ability to use rounded borders for the selector
SelBackColor (OLE_COLOR) Gets or sets the background color of the list item selector
SelectorStyle (eCtlButtonStyle) Gets or sets the style of the button selector
Name Type Description
AddItem (Boolean) Adds a new item to the toolbar
ApplyFontChanges When setting a new font on the control you need to call this function in order to refresh the interface
BeginUpdate Permits you to start a long-time update on the control (for example by adding xx elements) without sending out many and many events. So it is faster!
Use un conjunction with [EndUpdate]
EndUpdate Terminates a [BeginUpdate] reactivating the control after a long-time update
GetItemRect Gets the coordinates of a certain item
hDC (Long) Gets the Device Context handle of the control
hWnd (Long) Returns the internal handle of the control
OLEDrag Starts an OLEDrag operation
RemoveItem Removes the given item from the toolbar
How to use the control:
Insert buttons using the AddItem method then manage the Click event