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delphi dxlayoutcontrol autosize

Posted on 2011-03-19
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I have a DXLayoutControl in Delphi. When captions change it automatically changes the width of the group controls, as a result it displays scrollbars.

Is there any way to avoid displaying scrollbars? Something like autosize that sets the size automatically to fix the groups.

Another way is to programmatically detect if srollabars are visible and set the height/width of the form (on OnFormShow).
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You can hide the scrollbars by setting properties HScrollBar and/or VScrollBar to FALSE...

Hide scrollbars
http://devexpress.com/Support/Center/p/~/p/Q94958.aspx
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