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how do i find out how thick the title bar and
side and bottom border of my form are?
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The scaleheight of a form is the internal area - that is the height less the title and border.  The same applies for the width and scalewidth.

You can determine how much space is taken up by the title and top/bottom border by Height - ScaleHeight.

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