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TFormOnResize Glitch

Posted on 2002-06-05
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Using a PageControl type notebook and wanting to resize the page contents as the program window is resized, it only works when a specfic page is open.  All pages resize when the one page is open, but none resize when other pages are open.  I think the page that triggers the event is the page that was open when the event handler was created.  I want the form to resize no matter which page is open.  Is it possible that editting the (sender: TObject)can affect the event trigger? Any clues on any of this?
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are you sure that u use a TPageControl and not a TTabControl?

if u use a TTabControl, then use a TPageControl instead
if u use a TPageControl, then set its Anchors-Property as you need

no coding required

maybe you should explain a bit more

meikl ;-)
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listening... for now :)
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The TPageControl is easier to work with and I am talking about dynamically resizing 6 DBCharts so they fill the screen.  This works now, but only when the page that was open when the Event was created is open.  So to resize other pages, I need to go to the one page to do it. essentially only one page ot the PageControl has the Sender function.  Can I code to give it to another page in addition to the first one?
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use the anchor-properties of the objects of each-page,
or if the charts the only one object is on each page,
set its align to alclient

no coding required

do i miss something?

meikl ;-)
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