Download ResizeKit2 VB (for Visual Basic 6.0) + Crack

ResizeKit2 VB (for Visual Basic 6.0)

ResizeKit2 VB (for Visual Basic 6.0)
ResizeKit2 VB (for Visual Basic 6.0)


The ResizeKit2 trial versions are fully functional and can be used to test the ResizeKit2 performance before you purchase the retail version. All ResizeKit2 trial versions display a nag screen when the form is resized.

* The ResizeKit2 VCL trial version contains all VCL editions of the ResizeKit2 for all supported programming environments. However, the ResizeKit2 retail versions are each sold separately, requiring a separate license for each programming environment. ResizeKit2 editions for Delphi XE2 and above and for C++Builder XE3 and above support 32 bit and 64 bit applications. All older ResizeKit2 editions support 32 bit applications only.

The ResizeKit 2 is a control that automatically adjusts the size of the controls and fonts displayed on the form when the form size changes. Programmers can write applications that do not depend on screen resolution or that adjust to size changes by the user, often times without writing a single line of code. Even if the user switches the screen resolution while the application is running, if that screen resolution forces the form to change size, the ResizeKit control detects it and automatically adjusts the size of the controls and fonts on the form. The ResizeKit2 is easy to use, simply place the control on the form at design time. It can be used immediately from the first day you without changing the program design or code in your existing programs. ResizeKit 2 VB is a fast and lightweight ActiveX control adopting ATL adopted for VisualBasic 5.0 and 6.0. The ResizeKit2 Delphi, ResizeKit2 C ++ Builder, ResizeKit2 BDS, ResizeKit2 RAD Studio is a VCL component corresponding to each VCL language version. The ResizeKit2 .NET is a .NET components for NET Windows Form applications.

The ResizeKit2 developer license allows the license holder to make as many runtime applictions as they wish and, because the runtime license is free, the license holder can distribute as many of each runtime application as they wish without additional royalties or fees.

The ResizeKit2 can resize most standard control whose left, top, height, and width properties are accessible. Even some third party controls that do not specify left, top, height, or width properties or controls in which these properties are insulated from size changes can be resized by the ResizeKit. The cells in Grid or Spread applications are some examples of this. In these cases, the controls or fonts can be resized by specifying the dimensions of the control or font in the ExitResize event. A simple sample program illustrating the code used in the ExitResize event is included with the ResizeKit.

Note: There are third party controls are can not be resized using the ResizeKit2. Please download and test the ResizeKit2 trial version, which is fully functional, before you purchase the product. If you have any questions, please let us know.

ResizeKit Main Features

Automatically resizes all controls and fonts on the form.
Simply place the Resize Control on the form. No need to redesign or add additional code.
Create applications that are size and screen resolution independent.
Maximum and minimum form height and width can be specified.
Initial location of the form can be specified.
Controls and fonts can also be excluded from resizing.
Runtime royalty-free license. Distribute unlimited applications.
The ResizeKit2 .NET is a Windows Form applicable .NET component New!
The ResizeKit ActiveX component is based on ATL so it is fast and lightweight.
The ResizeKit VCL component has unified .EXE so applications can be distributed in one simple unit.
Resizes most third party controls without the need for additional code.
Contains easy to use properties and its ExitResize event allows you to customize the resize process.
Useful sample programs are included.

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