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How to have a blue FMX TPanel, redux

Delphi Haven – Back in the XE2 timeframe, I published a short post about giving a TPanel a custom colour. While the solution still works in XE4, give or take an extra unit in the uses clause or use of the TAlphaColors.ColorName syntax rather than claColorName, nowadays I’d emphasise the first part of my original advice. This was quite simple – don’t try and give a TPanel a custom colour in the first place! If you want an irregularly styled TPanel, use a TRectangle instead, whose colours you can customise to your heart’s content: Add a TRectangle to the form. Change Stroke.Color to ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? Chris Rolliston @ 2013-07-20 15:41


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