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Description:Enhanced file and folder selector library (file browser component) for the Win32/Win64 platform.
It's purpose is to provide the most powerful user-friendly file and folder selection options and simple file managament tools for the session.
Unique animated file and folder lister mode
All window/column position/size & sorting settings are saved for every application or the user can choose to always use a favorite dialog settings
Has a very hiqh quality multi threaded thumbnail mode
Drag & drop for files/folders support
If bass.dll is found thumbnails are generated from all audio files
Implements an enhanced folder selector dialog
Has option to cache the thumbnails on a per folder basis in highest quality lossless PNG format
User interface style system with 30 built-in style themes and custom styling support
User interface DPI scaling fully supported
Hide particular UI elements and customize the dialog appearance if needed
Automatically decodes URL encoded file names and underscores and false characters
Has a customizable favorite folders and a recent folder list
File viewer (previewer) for pictures, audio and video
Powerful secondary display previewer mode - for multiple display setups, browse the file system on one display and preview the supported files in full screen on a secondary display
Option to call the dialogs not modally, but like an ordinary form
Option to integrate the dialog into a parent handle into your application and trigger an event on file selection, use the library as a file system browser component in your application
Option to display custom file information, file thumbnail and preview for files with a callback function - generate thumbnail and implement a previewer for any file type needed by your app.
Commercial usage needs a license.
Requirements: Delphi component and VC++ example included, VB, C# or any dev. environment that supports the stdcall calling convention.