Author Topic: Are projects Royalty Free ? Menu Designer  (Read 4009 times)

AnonymousPostings

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Are projects Royalty Free ? Menu Designer
« on: July 01, 2010, 05:54:58 AM »
Dear TigaByte,

Are the downloadable creator projects royalty free? As in can they be downloaded, slightly modified and built as ones own? By using one would make it much easier to make standalones without having to go through the code. Basically, I am trying to ask if there are any copyrights based on those projects or can they be used however we(the user) would like?

Thank You Very Much.
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Re: Are projects Royalty Free ?
« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2010, 05:56:29 AM »
Yes, the projects are royalty free and you can use them for personal, commercial or any other use.
The projects are entirely my own work and have no prior copyrights so please feel free to tailor them in your own way.

The Splash Screen and About Box for each project can be easily changed via the menu in HyperNext Creator.
They all show TigaByte Software but that is just an example of how to use them.

I really hope you find the projects useful.
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Re: Are projects Royalty Free ?
« Reply #2 on: July 01, 2010, 02:00:21 PM »
i created a mp3 player but i cannot assign fuction to my file menu. please i want you to enlighten me on to add open and new function to my menu on the player. thank
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Re: Are projects Royalty Free ?
« Reply #3 on: July 01, 2010, 03:18:31 PM »
To add functions to your file menu and other menu options use the "Menu Designer".

The "Menu Designer" can be found on the "Windows" menu bar at the top of HyperNext Creator.

Once opened it should look like this





Editing a Menu Option

Select the box number 1 with "File" in it and the File sub menus should be displayed in the File submenus box:-




In the above the "Open" submenu is highlighted so select the "Edit Script" button and enter your script into the Editor Window.


Creating a New Menu Option

Select the menu you want to add a new submenu to, and enter the new name into the "Entry Name" box.
The "key" box allows a shortcut key to be assigned to this menu option.
Then click the "New Entry" button and the new submenu option will be created.
Now you can add a script to it using the "Edit Script" button.
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