Delphi Haven – One rather annoying aspect of FMX’s evolution has been a restriction on control sizes. The most notorious case is probably TGroupBox, which in XE4′s iOS support was bizarrely matched to Safari’s toolbar (i.e., a standard control with a non-standard height), rendering the thing useless. Nevertheless, the general rationale for fixed sizing is not ridiculous – different platforms have different standard sizes for buttons, toolbars and so forth, so it makes sense for FMX to assist the developer in ensuring these conventions are respected. Even so, the implementation taken ...
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