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New Form? Oh no it isn't!!!

Posted on 2000-02-14
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Whenever I click the "New Form" icon on the Delphi GUI, I get a form that I added into the "New..." page.  I just want to create the standard blank form, just like it used to do!

Any ideas how to fix this?

Thanks,

John.
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Michael_Benjamin_Perez earned 10 total points
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Hi Jaymol, I think I know where you can do this...

Goto to the Tools menu, select Repository and on the page called "Forms" locate your form.

When you select your form, the checkboxes under the left listbox will probably get checked. This means that it will use your form when clicking on the "New" button. Understand ?

So just uncheck the Checkboxes and Delphi will revert to the default empty form when you click "New".

This is the way to do it in Delphi 5, but it's probably very similar in earlier Delphi versions.

Good luck,

Mick
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Michael Benjamin Perez, You are the man!

Cheers big ears,

John.
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