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Android Z-Order, Native Controls, and 10.3 Rio

The PodCast at Delphi.org – Z-order represents stacking controls Before 10.3 Rio when you used a a platform-native control, like TWebBrowser or TMediaPlayer, you were not able to put other controls on top of them. That stacking of controls is knowns as Z-Order. This was especially annoying when you were using them with the TMultiView (one of my favorite controls), because the drawer would slide out under instead of over the platform-native control. There were ways around it, but it was still frustrating. In XE7 we introduced the ControlType property for iOS, and then in Seattle we brought it to Windows. Setting it to ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? Jim McKeeth @ 2018-11-04 01:04

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