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Problem with Themes in Delphi

Posted on 2013-01-28
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When I enable Themes in Delphi XE3 and have a MainMenu as well as an Actionlist and a toolbar connected, the MainMenu and the Toolbar overlap.

Seems to happen when Standard Actions are connected to the Menu.

Win7 Ultimate
Delphi XE3
i7 processor
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Question by:WRieder
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by:Thommy
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Please provide a demo for further help...
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by:WRieder
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Please download

ftp://www.compmark.biz/Sample/MdiEdit.7z

and choose any style from

Project-Options-Appearance
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by:Thommy
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Seems to be a bug!!!

Which XE3 Update version do you have installed?

Have you already tried the latest version update 2?
ID: 29294, Update 2 for Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio XE3
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by:WRieder
ID: 38835046
I just did update No1. Didn't know there was a No 2 already.
Maybe somebody with update 2 installed, could test this?
It's very simple to do and would save me a whole days work,
if it doesn't work
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by:Thommy
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Update 2 is available since last week.

It is just an idea, that it could work with the latest update. But I also haven't installed update 2  by now.

I will probably find time to try it out tomorrow...
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by:WRieder
ID: 38837752
Thanks Thommy
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by:WRieder
ID: 38839379
Maybe more interest now?
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WRieder earned 0 total points
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Solved it myself. It's not a perfect solution, but these are the steps.

1) Set Align to alNone
2) Position = poDesktopCenter
3) Instead of setting Align to alClient, in OnCreate set Height to Screen.Height - 30; and
     Width to Screen.width - 30;
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by:WRieder
ID: 38853792
FYI: Setting WindowState to wsMaximized in the Object Inspector sorts it out
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by:WRieder
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Not flawless
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