Was noticing today as I am trying out your RibbonForm (great work btw) that when you click on the close button, the X in the top right, that the event is tied to CloseReason.TaskManagerClosing as opposed to CloseReason.UserClosing.
Not a big deal, but if I want to send the form to the tray as opposed to closing it (I made a separate app exit button) then I have to qualify it for that reason on formClosing. This makes shutting it down from the task manager difficult for someone who doesn't know how to kill the process if the app should get unruly.
On a side note, I added my own event handlers to the QAT buttons because I couln't figure out how to do it otherwise. Am I missing something?
I would like to say that this is top-notch work. I very much appreaciate the number and quality of controls you are providing at a fair price. I have used some packages that do more but they cost exponentially more.
Also, letting people access your forums without having to be paying customers while actively responding to them is rare and refreshing.
Thanks for all the hard work, that is weighing heavily in my purchasing descision.