Release 9: Fixes and a New Class

JOHNSON CITY, TN (October 7, 2012) GraffitiSuite gets two new classes, and more bug fixes.

GraffitiAccordion, which requires the ContainerControl to work, allows a simple and compact means of display user interface elements in applications. To go along with GraffitiAccordion, we’ve included an automatically scrolling ContainerControl subclass called GraffitiScrollContainer. Simply add all the elements to the container control you wish, send them to the back, and the scrollbars are ready to roll.

GraffitiSuite consists of GraffitiAccordion, GraffitiActionBar, GraffitiButton, GraffitiColorPicker, GraffitiFadeLabel, GraffitiFadePanel, GraffitiHTMLLabel, GraffitiImageWell, GraffitiProgress, GraffitiPropertyList, GraffitiRadialProgress, GraffitiRibbon, GraffitiScrollContainer, GraffitiSearchCanvas, GraffitiSeparator, GraffitiSplitter, GraffitiStatus, GraffitiStepBar, GraffitiSwitch, GraffitiVBScript, and KillerToolBar, with more planned for release in the coming months. All subscription customers have access to support forums, and, also, Source Code subscribers have access to priority email support.

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