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Thread: Changing themes in MDI form


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George Kuascha

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Changing themes in MDI form  
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  Posted: Dec 28, 2014 3:45 AM
My application has a Maximized MDI child form (borderstyle= bsDialog and no border icons) with a combo box listing XE4 themes. When I change the theme the MDI child form is no longer Maximized and include border icons. Why does XE4 add border icons when the theme is changed? How can I remove the border icons?
George Kuascha

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Re: Changing themes in MDI form  
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  Posted: Dec 29, 2014 1:40 AM   in response to: George Kuascha in response to: George Kuascha
added WindowState:=wsMaximized; in the OnRefresh event to solve this problem

George Kuascha wrote:
My application has a Maximized MDI child form (borderstyle= bsDialog and no border icons) with a combo box listing XE4 themes. When I change the theme the MDI child form is no longer Maximized and include border icons. Why does XE4 add border icons when the theme is changed? How can I remove the border icons?
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