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Designer: Jeremy Adams
Tuesday, January 06, 2004
VB5 SP2/3 COMPILE
Version:
v.1.11.117

Filename:
ccrpani.zip

Download:
102k (w/demo, help)

REQUIREMENTS
Development:
VB5 SP2/3

Runtime:
VB5 SP2/3 runtime


VB5 SP0 COMPILE
Filename:
ccrpanis.zip
Beta 2 (*see SP note below)

Download:
106k (w/ demo)

REQUIREMENTS
Development:
VB5 No SP

Runtime:
VB5 SP0 runtime


ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
The VB5 version of the control require that comctl32.dll v4.70 or higher (provided with IE3 or greater) be installed in order to use the TimerType property which allows the control to synchronize it's animation using a timer rather than a separate thread.
  

HELP ONLINE
Animation Reference
  

CONTACT
jeremyadams@hotmail.com
   

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REVISION HISTORY
VB5 version 1.11.117
January 8, 2000

VB5 version 1.10.114
August 26, 1999

VB5 version 1.04.0108
July 3, 1999

VB5 version 1.03.105
August 18, 1998

VB5 version 1.02 Fix
July 1, 1998

VB5 version 1.01 Fix
June 27, 1998

VB5 version 1 Release
April 15, 1998

VB5 Beta 2 Release
January 1998

VB5 Beta 1 Release
November 1997

The CCRP Animation Control for VB5 has been created by Jeremy Adams as a direct replacement for the Animation Control provided by comct232.ocx.

CCRP Animation Demo (9031 bytes)

This control includes new features found in later versions of comctl32.dll but not exposed in the control provided by comct232.ocx. These features include the ability to load an AVI resource and to use a Timer rather than a Thread when displaying the Animation.

New in this Release

  • Three more standard resource constants were added.
  • The CloseAVI method no longer incorrectly raises an error.

Features:

  • AutoOpen will automatically open the AVI when the control is loaded. If AutoPlay is also true then no code is required to display an AVI.
  • Alignment for easy alignment of control to the sides of a form.
  • AutoSize property to automatically resize the control to fit the frame size of the AVI being displayed.
  • Filename property to set filename without code
  • OpenAVIResource can be called to load an AVI resource from a compiled EXE using the control.
  • Mouse Events
  • Status Property and StatusChanged Event to return the current status of the control
  • Appearance property can specify a Raised or Sunken 3D effect
  • Support for loading standard resources used by Explorer
  • Support for loading resources from a DLL
  • Control now raises errors as appropriate such as when opening AVI fails.
  • Help File

Fixes in 1.10.114:

  • The control no longer crashes when placed on a Word/Excel UserForm.

Fixes in 1.02:

  • When AutoSize is set to true, the changes to Height and Width are reflected correctly. In beta 1 the Height and Width properties did not
    change.
  • A bug was fixed for v1.00.101 which was causing a GPF when AutoOpen = True and the Filename property was set to an invalid filename.
  • A bug was fixed for v1.00.102 which was causing a GPF when the control was placed on a form with ScaleMode = 0 (User)

Fixes in 1.03:

  • Minor bug fixes and performance optimizations

Two demos are included with this control and should be placed in subdirectories when the ZIP is decompressed.  'DEMO' contains a project that demonstrates most of the Animation Control's features. 'RESDEMO' contains a project that demonstrates how to load an AVI resource.  Please see the readme included in each zip for details.


Note: VB5 Service Pack 2/3 Development Issues
As per our development policy regarding Service Pack development, Version 1 of the CCRP Animation control is available only for SP2/SP3 machines. These service packs provide the apartment-model threading utilized in the control.

The non-SP2 compiled single-threaded control (ccrpanis.ocx) remains currently available as Beta 2. It will no longer be updated.

Both controls are compiled from the same source code and are functionally identical. Do not under any circumstances rename the OCXs.


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