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    How can we use AMS panel on the ribbon.

  • #2
    Originally posted by ali.yildirim View Post
    How can we use AMS panel on the ribbon.
    If you going to take time to post make the post understandable what do you mean ams panel as for one i know two plugins with the name ams panels and there nothing to do with ribbons, if you want s ribbon bar in your software you have to make it your self with images and buttons to get it to look like you want it two.

    Try harder with ur posts next time.
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    • #3
      Can not I like it at AMS. http://www.codeproject.com/kb/tabs/364272/mdi00.png

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ali.yildirim View Post
        You would have to a mimic that with imaged or see if you could get a ocx for it but images is the most simple way plus ams is not form/tab based so you would have to do page jumps
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        • #5
          You can use quite a lot of the ribbon framework with the default Dll call function but the MemoryEx plugin will let you use all the features of the framework but bear in mind the framework is from Windows 7 onwards so you'll need an alternative for XP and Vista but I would doubt users of those systems would be expecting stuff like that anyway.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Shrek View Post
            You can use quite a lot of the ribbon framework with the default Dll call function but the MemoryEx plugin will let you use all the features of the framework but bear in mind the framework is from Windows 7 onwards so you'll need an alternative for XP and Vista but I would doubt users of those systems would be expecting stuff like that anyway.
            Shark you need to do some how 2s on memEx lol also i dont think this user is as advance as you wish i has my laptop now :( missing programming
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            • #7
              I think that in one of the missing parts of AMS. Ribbon Panel absolutely essential to AMS: D

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              • #8
                Originally posted by ali.yildirim View Post
                I think that in one of the missing parts of AMS. Ribbon Panel absolutely essential to AMS: D
                No not really as no one uses it anymore metro and flat uis are all the rage now all pcs in the uk at lest come with windows 8 what does not really use ribbons at all like i said you can mimic that view very easy and offer more functionality making it ur self
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                • #9
                  Do not you think the visuals Ribbon Panel. For example, I'm using a lot of Ribbon panels in C # and Delphi.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ali.yildirim View Post
                    Do not you think the visuals Ribbon Panel. For example, I'm using a lot of Ribbon panels in C # and Delphi.
                    I think Ribbons are dead soon as they was released I use many different programs and none of them have ribbons many of them are using metro/flat style or borrowing there UI view from mac, I am not saying ribbons are bad but I just see them as dead, don't get me wrong in most peoples eyes AMS is dead well most people don't even know its around so don't take that as me saying don't use it I am just saying if you want ribbon like UI make it out of images no need for dlls mem plugins and hrs of coding you can also then use better theme switching

                    Good luck.
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                    • #11
                      The ribbon's not dead as it runs through Windows 8 and Office 2013 but it looks differently to what it did in Windows 7 and I supposes thats one of the good things about the framework.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Shrek View Post
                        The ribbon's not dead as it runs through Windows 8 and Office 2013 but it looks differently to what it did in Windows 7 and I supposes thats one of the good things about the framework.
                        Office 2013 not seen it lol yes windows has ribbons butbits part of the core and not designed for supper use they wanted to come away from the desktop ui remember lol i am donlike windows 8 explore ribbons as there not as childish but rest are two me anyway but thats my point of view but my point was not of it was good or not but depending on why he wants in could mean more work and coding for nothng
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                        • #13
                          As a result, AMS is inadequate in this regard, unavailable at AMS.

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                          • #14
                            there was an image set to make ribbon-like panels, see this post
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by reteset View Post
                              there was an image set to make ribbon-like panels, see this post
                              I forgot about them I know there used in MANY apps these days but I always wonder where they got them from, thanks for this trip down memory lane, I think the image set it a better idea can put more user creation in it
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