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C++ Builder with Rave Question


Stupid question alert...

I'm using C++Builder 2006 with Rave 5.  I'm dynamically generating a report by first using BaseReport->SetTab, followed by BaseReport->PrintTab commands.  I want every other line (record) of the report to be shaded so that it's easier to read.  The only place I find to set shading is the last parameter of the SetTab command - which is only run once, before the data is filled in using PrintTab statements.

Any help would be appreciated.
Mitch



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George TokasCommented:
Hi there,
>>The only place I find to set shading is the last parameter of the SetTab command - which is only run once, before the data is filled in using PrintTab statements.
That means (I think) that it is a global control parameter (a property probably, I'm bot using Rave) that informs the control to print shades.
Have you access to the font the control is using?
Can you change it to achieve a similar result?

George Tokas.
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agencysoftAuthor Commented:
Increasing point value to see if I can attract some answers.  Apparently the question is not as stupid as I thought ;)
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agencysoftAuthor Commented:
Never Mind, I figured it out.  You need to use the rp->TabShade property.
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agencysoftAuthor Commented:
Found solution myself
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