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lower right corner of StatusBar

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All my forms have a status bar object at their bottoms.

In some forms, the lower right corner looks like sort of triangle (three parallel lines), in some, there's no triangle.

I thought that has something to do with if the form is resizable or not; but it seems to me that this is not true.

What it ?
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It is true.  The borderstyle property is what determines whether or not the triangle appears
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