How to change control resources
The simplest way to change the control sounds and cursors resources is to open, at Design-time, the 3D Button Visual Editor application from inside the Visual Studio.NET IDE as described inside the chapter Editing control properties through the 3D Button Visual Editor application contained inside the How to use the product in your projects section and selecting the editor "Resources" tab.
Supported sound format is WAV.
Supported cursor formats are:
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At Runtime, each of these sounds can be enabled or disabled using the EnableSound method; by default all the sounds are enabled.
By default each of these sounds is played asynchronously (i.e. once the sound is launched there is no way to know when it will be performed completely): the user can change this behavior using the SetSoundSync method in conjunction with the SoundDone event.
If you have created a project with 3D buttons containing one or more sounds or cursors, when this project should be transferred to a different PC you would need to copy the original files of the sounds and cursors set into the 3D button as well and, very important, they should reside inside the same absolute pathname of the original PC or, when editing again a 3D button using 3D Button Visual Editor, the editor itself wouldn't be able to locate the original files.