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  1. Hi I did some tests with different components and different themes and the effect is the same. So I will see how to achieve what I want by modifying the css file so I appreciate the time to answer. Thank you
  2. Hi, the current theme is the classic. I did tests changing the theme of the project but the result is the same. Thanks
  3. Hi, is there any way to put all the components inside a UniGroupBox in read-only mode (or not) instead of doing it one by one? If the property enabled on the UniGroupBox is used, all components are gray and their visualization is difficult. Thanks in advance
  4. Hi, When I want to use RowEditor in a UniDbGrid and insert a new record, it doesn't show information in the columns with Lookup fields. I need to configure some property or this type of field can't be displayed until I confirm the registration? Thanks
  5. Hi Within the Demo projects there is one called GridEditors (gedit.dproj). If in that project I want to insert a new record and in the column "Hire Date" I enter manually for example "45/45/4545" and then press the Tab key automatically cancels the record that I am registering. While I am loading the wrong date, it generates the hint with the error message, but it would be good if I generated that message when I left and did not cancel the registration. The same happens with the modification, if I manually change a date in the "Hire Date" field to an incorrect value, the edition is canceled.
  6. Hi! I have a UniDbGrid in a project and one of the columns has a TDateTime field and it has an associated UniDateTimePicker in the Editor property. When the program is executed and I insert a new record, in the date field if I report an incorrect date value, the behavior is that I cancel the record that I am loading instead of generating a message informing that the date entered is incorrect. How can I avoid canceling the registration and generating the message with the error and the possibility for the user to correct it?. Thanks in advance
  7. Hi: Could you help me with the following problem: I have an Editor (UniDateTimePicker component) associated with a column of a UniDbGrid. One of the validations when saving the record is that the Date field ("Comienzo" in the attached example) does not have a loaded date. If it has the loaded date, it generates a message warning the user of this and makes an "Abort" command so that it does not perform the saving. Now, if in the "Comienzo" column I erase the date, leaving the field visually empty, when I want to save the record again, the field still has the original value, it is not delet
  8. Totally agree... In my case they are validations using the IsNull function but in different tables with Integer fields I have to verify if something was reported or not. Thanks
  9. Thanks for the reply. It is a possibility but I have similar validations in several tables and it would imply changing them all and in this case it would not be the best solution. Thanks
  10. Hi, I have an error detected using UniDbGrid (TUniDbGrid) related to an Interbase table. Also I am using Delphi 10.2 Tokyo with Unigui version 10.0.1472. In a column where Integer type values ​​are loaded (the same happens with Float type fields), if I insert the value 0 (zero) when validating the previous record of its insertion in the table, the IsNull function returns the value True. The exact validation done in the BeforePost event of the table is as follows: If TableName.FieldByName ('AmountFrom'). IsNull then ShowMessage ("You must enter an amount greater than o
  11. Thank you all for the answers but the problem has to do with the components used and not in particular of UniGui.
  12. Thanks for the answer but this does not work for me because if it has the value 0 loaded the length of the field is 0 and it really is not. Obviously this is a problem of the components of Devart that I am using. I'm going to have to consult them. Thanks again
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