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Posted on 2003-10-23
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I have an OpenDialog and one Button
When i click on button OpenDialog.execute.
Now, i in the OpenDialog i don't want let anywone to delete the files or directory
How can i do this (for RightClick, and DEL Keyboard)
Thanks
Hope i was clear
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Wim ten Brink earned 240 total points
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Don't know and basically I would not mess with this kind of behaviour. If the user has access to the Explorer then they could also use Explorer to delete or rename files. The Open File dialog is just providing the same functionality.
Actually, the Windows OpenDialog (which Delphi uses) just has an Explorer window inside. It is an Explorer extention. If you don't like it you'll have to write your open OpenDialog, I guess...
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