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Thread: Bug in VCL using Stringrid with fixed first row C++ Seattle and Windows 10


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Marcus Birnbaum

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Bug in VCL using Stringrid with fixed first row C++ Seattle and Windows 10  
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  Posted: Dec 9, 2015 4:46 PM
Hi all,

I noticed a bug at the VCL using Stringgrids in Windows 10:
In Form.Create I execute the following code to give the first row of my stringgrid captions (1st row is fixed) :

Form2->StringGrid1->Cells[0][0]="Source Filenames";
Form2->StringGrid1->Cells[1][0]="Destination Filenames";


For unknown reason this "caption" is doubled in Windows 10 when using 1st row fixed. When 1st row is not fixed, then it looks ok.
Its hard to describe, so please compare with screenshots:
http://abload.de/image.php?img=fixedrowc1rm3.png
http://abload.de/image.php?img=nonfixedrowt3qja.png

So is there anything I could do making it look like on the nonfixed row, but having the 1st row fixed?

btw I have this issue on programs compiled using C++ builder 2009 and c++ builder 10 seattle

Hoping for help,
B
Marcus Birnbaum

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Registered: 1/29/06
Re: Bug in VCL using Stringrid with fixed first row C++ Seattle and Windows 10  
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  Posted: Dec 9, 2015 4:56 PM   in response to: Marcus Birnbaum in response to: Marcus Birnbaum
Never mind, I found the bug. For some reason in Windows 10 the cell isnt cleared when it is in a fixed row, so it was painted twice.
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