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Desktop OLAP components set which supports Delphi/C++Builder/RAD Studio from version 7 up to XE6
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|Components > Indicators and Gauges > Progress Bars|
||10 Jun 2002
|By AaronBock Development. This is a wonderful alternative to both Window's TProgressBar and the VCL's TCGauge control. You can add custom text and choose its alignment, control all color aspects, and choose between many borders styles - plus more.
TABExtProgressBar also supports 64 bit integers. This control is an extension to the same progress bar that is used in Wav2Mp3 (see author's homepage for details).
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