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I use the RX component RxDBFilter to filter a Paradox table.
I have no problems in Delphi 5, but using the same component and procedure to filter in Delphi 7 it fails after "RXDBFilter1.SetCapture" when I try to write a filter criteria:" Cannot perform this operation when controls are captured"

The components I use are for Delphi 7, so what is the problem?

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Ferruccio Accalai earned 375 total points
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That was changed with the new RX275 lib...
The filter can't be activated if there's a control captured
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Sorry, I don't know what you mean. Could you tell me what to do?
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