The main frame bar manager for Windows Forms is an advanced menu control used to create menus, tool bars, and command bars (floating bars) for any Windows Forms application. It is used to create Microsoft Visual Studio-like menus and toolbars. It offers a wide variety of appearance, orientation, and image customization as well as text-wrapping options.
The bar controls of main frame bar manager can be floated or docked to the form as per the requirement of the user by drag and drop. Redock floating bars by double clicking the caption.
Dock the bars in multiple rows along any of the form edges. Move docked bars within as well as between rows using the repositioning gripper.
Provides an option to load bar items in the overflow drop down or wrap to subsequent rows when resizing the container.
Pop-up menus are used to add or remove items in the command bar overflow drop down.
Child frame bar manager should be associated with a MDI child to merge menu from MDI child form into parent form.
Provides a rich set of built-in Office style inspiration themes and Metro themes.
State of bar items can be serialized and loaded back through built-in serialization options. Allows the user to choose options to serialize the state in available formats.
All static text in the dialog used for customizing bar items can be localized to any desired language.