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make tstatuspanel invisible

Posted on 1998-04-29
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The TStatusPanel doesn't have a visible property. Has anyone got a technique where I can easily make one of my tstatuspanels invisible depending on the view the user chooses.

Thanks, Tom.
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You can create it only if needed, but you will have to manage it in the all application (test if it is created before sendind data). However, the easiest way is to put the width to 0 (statusbar1.panels[0].width:=0 for example)

JDB
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where's my left brain - left = 0 perfect, thanks.
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