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Per this article about dealing with client expectations:
I believe I read on JOS about a user interface library that would allow you to create applications that looked like the controls came from handwritten notes. All text on the controls is rendered like handwriting. I think the graphical background of the forms and controls looked like crumpled lined note paper.
Basically, building an application with this tool would give it a look to end users that it is "obviously" beta or internal-ware.
I also believe (I am not sure) that it was a Delphi VCL library.
Anyone recall this or know of something like it?
mentions the Napkin Look and Feel for Java:
Hope this helps!
For Delphi do a look at VCLSkin...
Altough I don't know if is possible do a skin that way...
Mario Alejandro M.
Wednesday, February 15, 2006
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