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hi,
i created a component based on the TGraphicControl one, and i overrid its Paint method. now i can use this component during design time, and its behavior seems to be correct (the Paint method is correctly working). but when i try to run an app containing my component, even if the Paint method is called, nothing is displayed. could someone help me?

regards, raph
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by:zebada
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Can you post your code?

Are you calling myControl.Invalidate whenever you change the control's data and want the control to be repainted?


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by:ralph78
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my code is quite easy: i just draw some texts and rectangles. and i don't call the Invalidate method: i use Repaint when the control is resized or when one or another text is changed.
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by:ITugay
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Hi ralph78,

take a look at your HDD, may be there is more then one version of .DCU in search path.

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by:Buda
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Try to use TCustomControl instead of TGraphic control. To make it work faster set the DoubleBuffered propety to true.
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by:ITugay
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Be carefull with TCustomControl, it is difficult to make it transparent.
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by:ralph78
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my code is quite easy: i just draw some texts and rectangles. and i don't call the Invalidate method: i use Repaint when the control is resized or when one or another text is changed.
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ivobauer earned 200 total points
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Hi Ralph78!

When you run the sample project, your control is created programatically at run-time or it was dropped onto the form at design-time? Neverthless, it would be nice to see the component & sample project source if possible.

Best regards, Ivo.
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by:ralph78
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i don't know what i did, but my component is working now!
thanks anyway, ralph
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