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TBevel OnMouseMove

Posted on 2002-07-26
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If I place a TBevel onto a form, the ability for the form to track the OnMouseMove is reduced to just those areas of the form that are not covered by the TBevel.  If the I make the TBevel to cover the entire form, then the form's OnMouseMove event is pretty much useless.  Is there a way to place a TBevel without causing the underlying form's OnMouseMove event to be crippled?
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Very easy, just do:

 Bevel1.Enabled:=FALSE;

for example from OnFormCreate event:

procedure TForm1.FormCreate(Sender: TObject);
begin
  Bevel1.Enabled:=FALSE;
  //.... rest of your code...
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