Nevron User Interface is a set of Windows Forms controls designed to provide powerful and flexible look-and-feel for your Windows Applications, written in 100% managed C# code.

Version Q2 2007 new features:

- Gallery Panel
The NGalleryPanel is an item-container control which mimics the Microsoft® Office 2007 galleries. 4 different types of item layout are provided so that the panel may be used as an extended list-box or list-view. Based on the Nevron generic UI element, the NGalleryItem component is highly customizable in each aspect of visual representation, including rich texts, alpha-blended images, custom item size, etc.
- ListView
The NListView extends the standard Windows Forms ListView control and adds missing features like complete control over header and header items, alternating rows, column sorting, sorted column glyph, sorted column shading, custom scrollbars, etc.
- Rotator
The NRotator is a very useful control which brings the popular "Rotator" feature from ASP.NET to your Windows Forms. The control contains a collection of frames where each frame is described by a generic UI element providing complete control over visual appearance, image and text. The well-designed set of properties will enable you with fine-tune control over frame duration, animation speed, animation direction plus much more.
- Command Bars - ImageTextRelation
Provides complete control over the image and text entities of an NCommand object by specifying the ImageTextRelation property of its parent.
- Task Dialog - Radio Buttons
The NTaskDialog is further extended and now it supports a set of radio-buttons for richer user experience. The radio buttons are layouted just below the Content section of the dialog.
- Docking Panels - Sizing Restrictions
Nevron Docking Panels are now enabled with sizing restrictions in floating state. You may alter the MinimumSize, MaximumSize and Sizable properties of a floating container directly.
- Docking Panels - Visual Tab Navigation
Nevron Docking Panels are the only Docking Library which enables you with the advanced CTRL+TAB visual navigation found in Microsoft® Visual Studio 2005. Pressing Ctrl+Tab will display a NPopup containing two gallery panels - one containing all active docking panels and one containing all active documents. Optionally this feature may be turned on and off via the VisualTabNavigation property of an NDockManager. You may also change the shortcut which triggers the pop-up.
- Navigation Pane - Expand/Collapse
The NNavigationPane is extended with the Collapse/Expand feature found in Microsoft® Office 2007. By clicking the button on the caption of the pane you toggle its state. When the pane is collapsed you may display the currently active band by clicking in the area below the caption and above the buttons stack.

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