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i need to align two forms so that the top of one form "touiches" the bottom of another form. what is the best way to achieve this?
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Question by:Michael Sterling
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by:ThievingSix
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procedure AlignFormBottom(F1, F2: TForm);
begin
  F2.Top := F1.Top + (F1.Height - F2.Height);
end;


Should work.
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by:ThievingSix
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Ah crap, read that wrong.

//F2 Is the form that will be on top.
procedure AlignForms(F1, F2: TForm);
begin
  F2.Top := F1.Top - F2.Height;
end;
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by:Michael Sterling
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unfortunately all that seemed to have done was to push form2 up. even through the top of the window of the screen on my computer. am i doing something wrong?
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procedure AlignForms(F1, F2: TForm);
begin
  F2.Top := F1.Top - F2.Height;
  If F2.Top < 0 Then
    begin
    F2.Top := 0;
    F1.Top := F2.Top + F2.Height;
  end;
end;
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by:Michael Sterling
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sorry disregard that statement. it does work just like your code states. its my forms. there is something else going oin with them that preventing it from doing the right thing. thanks.
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thanks
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