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DTPicker - Background color

Posted on 2002-03-08
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I know that you can change the background color of the drop-down portion of the DTPicker but does anyone know a way to change the background color of the textbox part of the DTPicker?

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Question by:mutrus
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Ryan Chong earned 100 total points
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I think you probably cannot change the Background color of the DTPicker as it's control by the System Color that applied in your PC.
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by:raama16
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Sorry ! You can not change the background color of DTPicker.

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Ramachandra
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by:mutrus
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Okayy thanks. You're first so you get the points. Guess I need to look for an alternative DTPicker or get customer to change color options

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