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Turning TBitBtn.Glpyh off at runtime

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At design time, I have a TBitBtn component on my main form and I have assigned a .Glyph property (BMP) image to the button.  However, I would like to be able to (if necessary) turn the Glyph off permanently at run time.

How do I make the glyph disappear at runtime?
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bitbtn1.glyph.width:=0;
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bitbtn1.glyph.height:=0;
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by:Kapusta
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Thanks.

But how about bitbtn.glyph := nil; ?


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it's better to use
  bitBtn1.glyph.assign( nil)
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