Everyone who has worked with Borland's Delphi knows how powerful Actions are. Actions are used to link together various UI elements, such as buttons, menu items, and toolbar buttons, making them behave consistently: linked items are checked/ unchecked/ enabled/ disabled at the same time, and they share the same Text and eventually Image property and, of course, execute the same code once clicked.
ActionList for .NET brings these features to Windows Forms developers.
Please also download and execute 1.3.0 installer from https://dl.dropbox.com/u/103746479/installers/actionlist/setup.exe so as to enable design time support in Visual Studio.
Install-Package ActionListWinForms -Version 1.3.0
dotnet add package ActionListWinForms --version 1.3.0
<PackageReference Include="ActionListWinForms" Version="1.3.0" />
paket add ActionListWinForms --version 1.3.0
* [GH#11] Better control over AutoToolTip property of ToolStripItem.
* [GH#12] Added support for Visual Studio Express 2012 for Windows Desktop.
* [GH#1] Fixed NullReferenceException when placed on UserControl.
* [GH#2] Fixed disposal exception when container control is disposed.
* [GH#3] Fixed Action missing in Actions editor within SharpDevelop issue.
* [GH#6] Fixed ToolTipText of ToolStripButton return empty string issue.
* [GH#8] Added a Visual Studio friendly installer.
* [GH#9] Split design time support to a separate assembly.
04/30/2006: Crad's Actions 220.127.116.11 released.
* Support for creating custom Actions added (with a brief description in this article).
* Some new StandardActions added, like ListView actions and About action.
04/22/2006: First version.
This package has no dependencies.
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