Today is a good day! Finally, Microsoft released the managed ribbon implementation for WPF.
The idea of the ribbon bar is to replace the traditional menu bar and toolbars. And this is the reason why TX Text Control
was not shipped with an own ribbon bar: The ribbon belongs more to the
application as it contains application specific entries like in a menu.
already followed the developments of this WPF ribbon implementation
since the first CTP versions and we already invested a lot of
development time into making our upcoming TX Text Control .NET for WPF
compatible with this ribbon bar.
Happily, Microsoft decided to
remove the Microsoft Office license agreement that was required to use
this implementation. The DLLs can be freely distributed with your
TX Text Control .NET for WPF will be shipped with a fully-functional sample implementation that shows how TX Text Control
can be combined with the new Microsoft ribbon bar for WPF easily.
Download the WPF ribbon bar in the Microsoft Download Center and test it on your own. It is impressive:Microsoft Ribbon for WPFAbout TX Text Control:TX Text Control
was originally released in 1991, since then more than 40,000 copies have been sold. Starting off as a single, small DLL, TX Text Control
has made its way through 16-bit DLL and VBX versions to today‘s
Enterprise edition with its .NET and ActiveX components. The recent
addition to the family, TX Text Control .NET Server
, offers all of TX Text Control
advanced word processing functionality in an easy-to-use server-side
.NET component. Customers benefit from these years of experience, large
user base, and at the same time, appreciate developing with a mature,
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