Posted by: chaosben in: JEDI Windows API Headers
Windows 7 gave us some nice and useful little eye-catchers in the taskbar. Those are available using the Windows shell interfaces ITaskbarList3 and ITaskbarList4.
But alas, how can a Delphi developer incorporate these in his applications?
You may read on if you ever wanted to…
You want your application to look like that?
Are you using Windows 7? What a lucky (wo)man you are.
The guys from TheUnknownOnes just released some components to use the new features introduced in Windows 7.
Of course, these components are based on the JEDI Windows API. At the moment (until the next release of JWAPI), you’ll have to checkout the trunk of the JWAPI in order to get the code compiled.
To get these components, checkout the source out of their svn repository.
And if you want to discuss something about them in German: use this thread.
A first short demo was published here. Stay tuned for some more.