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Remove triangle on selected row in grid

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Hi!
As a part of a new look and feel for a Delphi application I would like to remove the triangle in the left column of the selected row in a grid. The grid is a descendant of TDBGrid, and the application is styled using VCL Styles. I have looked around in the VCL code for both TDBGrid and TGrid for too long now, and I have not found out where the triangle is drawn. Can anyone please help me?
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Sinisa Vuk earned 1000 total points
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Set property value of grid component: Options/dgIndicator to False.
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So it was that easy. Thanks! :)
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