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Flicker with LoadFromComponent

Posted on 2014-12-11
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Hi,

In one user (local system) I am saving component (TForm) to file every 15 Secs and in another logged-in user I am loading the component from file every 15 secs.  This works fine except for a flicker which is irritating. Can this be avoided ?

I Use Delphi Xe2 on all Windows OS

Regards
Allan
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Do you read whole form? Or you load just components (form is parent then)?
Try to set: Form.DoubleBuffering := True ... before loading.
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i'd just try to note the differences

off course that would be a little more complex
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