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Dim Out the Main Form of an Application When a Modal Form (/Dialog) is Displayed

Zarko Gajic – Dialog windows you use to display critical information to the user are, in most cases, displayed modally. A modal window (form) is the one where the application can’t continue to run until the modal window is closed. Delphi’s ShowMessage, InputBox and MessageDlg, for example, display a modal form to the user waiting for some action. Your custom dialogs are displayed using the ShowModal method of a form. Dimmer – a device for varying the brightness of light To emphasize the importance of a modal form and the information it presents, you could gray out the main form of the ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? zarkogajic @ 2019-07-11 16:05

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