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Assigning values to form.constraints

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I currently have a minheight & minwidth value set to my main from in a program.

When a button is pressed I need to change these values, but I cant work out how to change the constraints in code.

Please can someone supply me with a coded example.

Thankyou.
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Question by:chunky1
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alanwhincup earned 45 total points
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Just do something like this:

procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender: TObject);
begin
  Form1.Constraints.MaxHeight := 300;
  Form1.Constraints.MaxWidth := 300;
  Form1.Constraints.MinHeight := 300;
  Form1.Constraints.MinWidth := 300;
end;
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by:chunky1
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Why wouldn't it accept that the first time ?

Obviously a bad day !

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