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FMX.Dialogs basically blocks mixing VCL with FMX…

The Wiert Corner – Nice find: Stefan Glienke+4 Look into the initialization block of FMX.Dialogs. The call to ActivateClassGroup(TFmxObject); turns off all the TRegGroups that don’t contain at least one type that inherits from TFmxObject which also happens to be the group that you register your form class to. GetClass then ignores such groups. I don’t have the slightest idea what the intention behind all that code is but it certainly is one of the reasons why you cannot mix FMX and VCL officially. In response to: I have an VCL application. I need to register some form classes at run time. This ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 2017-04-27 13:04

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