And this is how it looks like with just the ssTitlebar class and the new ssContainer2 class:
ssContainer2 has 7 colors right now. It also has 6 possible positions as controlled by nPosition Parameter:
Here is a sample form where ssContainer2 is used:
Above images use ssTitleBar themes 8 & 9. For a brief history of my title bar class, it started with mimicking Vista, Chrome, Clear Looks and other more title bars; until I decide to create my own designs to make ssClasses truly unique. ssTitleBar is an improved version of ssTBNextGen class as it is embedded with a spinner to easily switch colors on the spot. Said color is retained by the class following the proper naming convention of a form, meaning don't leave it as Form1.
So there you go! The newest member of the growing family of ssClasses (next post will be about ssButton3).
Update: 17, November 2011:
If you leave the class' nWidth as empty or put zero (0) in it, then the class will auto-calculate the width based on the caption, its font name and size.
For the current listing of ssClasses, click this link: http://sandstorm36.blogspot.com/2011/10/ssclasses-components-list.html