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Disabling the minimize Control

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Hi...

Is there any way to disable the minimize Control in Delphi 3 Programs like in Visual Basic ? I am talking about the three buttons on top right of every Win32 - Program, the
_, [minimze] and X - Button.

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erajoj earned 20 total points
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Hi,
Just set the property "BorderIcons" to "[biSystemMenu,biMaximize]" and it will be disabled.

/// John
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