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I have a class derived from TWinControl. I have published the property WIDTH (it is already exsisting in TControl) with new Trigger-Procedures SetWidth and GetWith (it is not possible to override them, because they are private in
TControl).

I can compile it. But when i dropp the new control into a form i get an
exception.


Can anybody help me ?

Thank you

DI Bernhard Angerer
Technical University Vienna
angerer@eftuv1.tuwien.ac.at
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Override SetBounds. Left, Top, Width and Height setting always result in a call to SetBounds.

Regards,

Erik.
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thank you very much - it works
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