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ID: 18101, MDI buttons component

by Robert Cerny Email: Anonymous


Fixes problems with disappearing or disabled buttons,
when mdi child form is maximized and adds working MDI window menu.
Source and demo included.
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For Delphi, Version 2.0  to 6.0 509 downloads
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Size: 10,961 bytes
Updated on Fri, 07 Jun 2002 05:24:10 GMT
Originally uploaded on Fri, 07 Jun 2002 05:22:07 GMT
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Description
MDI is somewhat deprecated in Delphi world, because of some bugs
in Windows and incompatibilities with VCL. It is still very natural
interface for certain kind of applications, like text editors.

TMDIBorderIcons fixes problems with MDI forms:
- disappearing or disabled buttons when mdi child form is maximized
(which was apparently fixed in win2k)
- MDI window menu item is not working with correctly with VCL dynamic
menu handling (AutoLineReduction,merging,...), so this component
adds a working alternative.
Usage:
- drop it on MDI form
- set WindowMenu property
- in Application.OnIdle event add this code:
MDIBorderIcons.Visible := (ActiveMDIChild <> nil) and (ActiveMDIChild.WindowState = wsMaximized);

Restrictions:
- the main form must not have Menu, use menubar instead. See the demo.

The demo file shows its usage and:
- merging MDI child menus
- the look like MS Winword, where mdi buttons are on menubar,
when it's floating; controlbar,...

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