Stop the toolbar scrolling?

Posted on 2001-06-22
Last Modified: 2010-04-04

I've got a form with a TImage and a TToolbar on it.  There's a drop-down on the toolbar that has magnification factors in it (from 50%-150%).  The user can select these to increase/decrease the size of the TImage.  (Usual zoom in & out stuff.)

The problem I have is that when the image is BIG (bigger than the screen), the form gains a scrollbar.  This in itself is great as it means I don't have to code any scrolling of the image myself, but it does mean that if you scroll down, the toolbar goes up as well.

I need to just scroll the image, nothing more.

Any ideas?


Question by:Jaymol
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Accepted Solution

Cesario earned 100 total points
ID: 6217396
Hi Jaymol,

a work around:

1) Add a TScrollbox to your form
2) Set Tscrollbox.Align := alclient
3) Place the TImage to TScrollbox




Author Comment

ID: 6217421
Thanks Cesario.  That's exactly what I needed.



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