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hi
i want a form  to be moved on screen in circular moving
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Question by:omeralfaroug
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add a timer component to your Form

procedure TForm1.Timer1Timer(Sender: TObject);
VAR
 x,y : Integer;
begin
  x := 400+round(200*cos(angle*pi/180));
  y := 200+round(200*sin(angle*pi/180));
  self.left := x;
  self.top := y;
  inc(angle,5);
  if Angle>360 then angle := 0;
end;

good luck

Cesario
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by:omeralfaroug
ID: 6993338
hi Cesario
 i tried it dos't work !!!!!!!!!
just form move just one a time to corner then stoped
i want it to move always  on screen in circular
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by:Cesario
ID: 6993346
Hi Faroug,

it works fine ;-)

But just add this Field to the public part of your form:

Type
  TForm1 = Class ( ...
  Public
     Angle : Integer;
     .....
  End;

Best Regards

Cesario
 
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by:omeralfaroug
ID: 6993470
hi Cesario
 i tried it dos't work !!!!!!!!!
just form move just one a time to corner then stoped
i want it to move always  on screen in circular
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by:W_Fox
ID: 6993613
omeralfaroug - check your code. I tried it on D5-it works juuuuust fine :)
actually, if you are using Cesario's code, it's impossible to have form moved to the corner and then _stopped_, because there's no code for timer stopping => form will be moved endlessly (ok, until you close it) and it'll be outside of screen area. So, "Problem's at your side!" [remembering old programmer joke, if interested I can post it fully. offtopic, of course]

W_Fox
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by:omeralfaroug
ID: 6995717
hi W fox
all u say is right {(=> form will be moved endlessly (ok, until you close it) and it'll be outside of screen area)}
 also i think ur words is realy like ur Name :)
thanks for help
regards...
omer alfaroug
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by:Cesario
ID: 6995797
Hello omer,

you can change the Parameters:

 x := 200+round(200*cos(angle*pi/180));
 y := 100+round(200*sin(angle*pi/180));

have a nice day ;-)

Cesario
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by:omeralfaroug
ID: 6996040
Thanks  Cesario

i change parameters Beforeu say  that and now it works
thanks for ur help and good luck with my points :-)
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