Skin ActiveX vbSkinner
for Visual Basic 6.
Add skin support to
your VB6 projects.
Visual Basic 6.0
programs can have a distinctive look with this ActiveX
control, making your programs to have skin in a way very easy
to implement. Furthermore, it can give you the possibility to allow your
users to create their own skins.
Add skin support to the forms just placing this control on
Has automatic skin support for MsgBoxes and
You can add skins to all the forms in the program with only one Skinner control
in the first form and adding just one line of code.
There are two versions of vbSkinner: the version Free and the version Pro.
General information about vbSkinner:
The first one is free and displays a predefined skin, of which you can see an
image above. The second one has many more characteristics, like to select skin,
to give to the user the possibility of changing the skin, buttons (optional) in
the title bar with specific functions: 1) Always on top, 2) Minimize to title
bar, 3) Help, 4) Change skin, 5) Personal button. You can see example images
VbSkinner Pro: you can give to the user the possibility
of changing the skin simply pressing a button.
A dialog box will appear to change the skin:
Your application can have skins like these:
... and many more skins,
and you can design them too.
the Active X controls click here.
Limitations of the unregistered Pro version:
It will work without limitations in the development environment, but in order to
normally run a compiled application, you will have to enter a license key,
otherwise it will display the About box whenever a form is closed.
Help files of version Pro
It is also available to download a free Visual
Basic 6.0 skinned and multilingual setup program.
Purchase a license key for vbSkinner Pro
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