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Creating Twins Panels

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Hello,

I have a panel with Componets in it.

I want to be able to create X numbers of panels in the same from that will have the same Properties and Componets in it.
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Question by:S_Warrior
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by:kretzschmar
ID: 7075639
place your panel on a tframe,
create this tframe so often you want
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by:S_Warrior
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TFrame?
what is TFrame?
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by:kretzschmar
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what delphi version do you use?
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by:S_Warrior
ID: 7075702
Is there any functions that create new panels?
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var t : tpanel;
begin
  for loopvar := 0 to panelsneeded do
  begin
    t := tpanel.create(self);
    t.parent := self;
    t.align := altop;
    t.height := 50;
      // here you could create the controls
      // on your panel like
    with tedit.create(self) do
    begin
      parent := t;
      left := 10;
      top := 10;
      width := 100;
    end;
    with tbutton.create(self) do
    begin
      parent := 1;
      left := 120;
      top := 10;
      width := 100;
      caption := '&Press me';
      onclick := MyPreDefinedOnClickProcedure;
    end;
    t.show;
  end;
end;

just from head

meikl ;-)
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by:nestorua
ID: 7076301
HI,
If you need it only in the "Design Time" you can do the following:
1.Select your Panel with those Components;
2.Copy it to Clipboard;
3.Paste the content of the Clipboard whatever number of times (in your notations - X) you want.
Sincerely,
Nestorua.
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by:S_Warrior
ID: 7077550
No, I didnt meant to this.

I Already have a Panel that I create in Design Time,

Now at runtime I want to create copys of this panel, so it will have all the Events and Proper of the Org Panel.
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by:mikepj
ID: 7082774
kretzmar (spelling?) is right use a TFrame; they're great for what you're trying to do.
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by:S_Warrior
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I dont want to use TFrame I want to know how to copy Component with all of his properties, this is what I want to know.

in this case the Component is TPanel
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by:S_Warrior
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I want to close this question
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