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is it possible to add the property readonly in RadioGroup ?

Posted on 2014-09-26
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Hello guys

The only way today to turn the radioGroup readonly is setting the enable to false, but this turn the radioGroup in deactive color. Is there any way to have a readonly property on it so that the user cannot change the option and the radioGroup doesn't appear to be disabled.

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You can use the following:
SetWindowLong(RadioGroup1.Handle, GWL_STYLE, GetWindowLong(RadioGroup1.Handle, GWL_STYLE) or WS_DISABLED);
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Thanks very much, it worked very well.
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That is this thread!
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