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Save Buttonproperties?

Posted on 1997-06-18
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I want my application-user to be able to save a buttonname and a .exe-filename within the application. This is for the user to be able to decide for himself wich program to execute with that specific button. The settings should be stored within the application, so that they appear the next execution-time!!!
I run Delphi Developer 2.0.
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Erik N
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Make an .INI file for your application.  Your application must read the .INI at start and setup button property.  Before closing  or at a change, the application you must save an update of the .ini file.

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