I have modified the TCombobox component to have a ReadOnly property and give it some additional functionality. The new component is installed and I am able to drop the comp onto forms and manipulate it's ReadOnly property at design time.
I have created a dialogue form which uses this component, and has previously compiled and work perfectly. I tried to recompile the dialogue today and got many errors.
On each line where I reference TNewCombo.ReadOnly I get the message Undeclared Identifier. I can still manipluate this property at design time.
If I open a new project and place the new component on a form, I can then reference it's ReadOnly prop at runtime and design time.
I have tried:
recompiling the component package
replacing the components with new comps
None of the above offers any success. Any suggestions ?
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