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Filesystem Dialogs Library


3delite
Commercial
2.1.3.6302
$100.00
7/5/2017
40.05MB
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Windows
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Enhanced file and folder selector library (file browser component) for the Win32/Win64 platform. It is call compatible with comdlg32.dll.
It's purpose is to provide the most powerful user-friendly file and folder selection options and simple file managament tools for the session.

Features:

. You can use all your existing comdlg32.dll calls, just call the according functions accordingly
. Can give back multiple files from different folders
. Option to call the dialogs like normal forms (without modal mode, and the user can continue their work while browsing - this is the prefered mode)
. All window/column position/size & sorting settings are saved for every application and/or the user can choose to always use his/her favorite dialog settings
. Very hiqh quality multi threaded thumbnail mode (that supports much more formats then the Windows dialog, and displays audio, HTML, text files too)
. Option to cache the thumbnails on a per folder basis (like the Windows's Thumbs.db just with a little bit better quality and with audio file support)
. If bass.dll is found audio thumbnails are generated from all formats that BASS supports
. FreeImage.dll is supported also (adds many more formats)
. Recent document list on a per-application basis available with one click
. Recent folder list, available with one click
. Customizable favorite folders list
. Implements by far the best folder selector (with the same recent and favorite list)
. User interface style system with 30 built-in styles
. Automatically decodes URL encoded filanames, underscores
. Viewer for pictures/images/video & an integrated web browser for the rest of the files (secondary display viewer mode for dual display setups)
. Option to display custom file information, thumbnails and viewer
. Fully unicode

Commercial usage needs a license.

Requirements: Delphi component and VC++ example included, VB, C# or any dev. environment that supports the stdcall calling convention.