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Inspecting the default ‘platform’ FMX styles in XE3 (if you’re interested in that sort of thing)

Delphi Haven – One of the more obvious changes in FMX between the XE2 and XE3 releases is the (much) better default styling on Windows in particular. To my eyes this makes FMX controls in XE3 look like custom drawn VCL ones that try to look native (e.g. TSpeedButton), which for me at least is ‘good enough’ in principle, notwithstanding the odd tweak that still needs to be made in practice. The main technical reason for this improvement is the use of bitmaps rather than an all-vector approach. Going by the limited help and marketing information, you may think this involves a new FMX style format ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? Chris Rolliston @ 2012-09-11 21:30


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