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Add skin for Tframe !

Posted on 2006-07-16
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I use  BussinessSkinForm to skin all control on form1
but cannot skin for control on TFrame.

experts, please help me to skin TFrame.

Thank so much.
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Question by:lhquang
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Mohammed Nasman earned 250 total points
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Ask the BussinessSkinForm support, they may not aware from this problem

I tried VCLSkin, its working fine with the controls inside the frame

also you don't need to replace your controls, just add one component on the form, and every thing will look cool ;-)

Look at VCLSkin here
www.link-rank.com
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