Added another new feature - bitmap buttons. Bitmap buttons work like image buttons in DHTML. You specify an “up” image and a “down” image for the button (or a “normal” and a “clicked” image, in Woopsi parlance), and those images are displayed on the button instead of text.
This addition now means that Woopsi pretty much renders MenuDS obsolete, as it’s possible to use a combination of borderless screens, borderless windows, SuperBitmaps and BitmapButtons to replicate all of MenuDS’ functionality.
Here’s a screenshot:
Haven’t got the correct computer switched on for SourceForge SFTP access, so I’ll upload a new demo there later. In the meantime, it can be downloaded from here: