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    TUniDBEdit

    Hello could someone please help me with an example (not using javascript modifications) to make the Edit Mask work? aUniDBEdit.Mask.Text:='999.999'; when user types a number, the input mask is validated with the first number such that: '2__.___' is not a valid floating point number. error occurs...
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    Typecasting

    Hello, all. If I create a new unigui component at runtime: var aNewUniComponent: TObject; begin aNewUniComponent:=TUniDBMemo.Create(self); ... then I wish to associate it with a Data Field. I know it's a data-aware control, so I should be able to do the following: TUniDBEdit(aNewUniComponent).DataField:='aFieldName'; whether it's a TUniDBEdit, TUniDBMemo, TUniDBNumberEdit, etc. This fails, however, with an access violation, although I am not sure why, and only works with the exact same class: TUniDBMemo(aNewUniComponent).DataField:='aFieldName'; otherwise I may get an Invalid Pointer Operation error. My Question is if there is a Class from which all data-aware unicontrols descend such that I can typecast without access violations, such as TUniDBControl(aNewUniComponent).DataField:='aFieldName'; Other wise I need to use a series of if then else statements like: if ClassName='TUniDBEdit' then TUniDBEdit(aNewComponent).DataField:='aFieldName' else if ClassName='TUniDBMemo' then TUniDBMemo(aNewComponent).DataField:='aFieldName' else if ClassName='TUniDBNumberEdit' then TUniDBNumberEdit(aNewComponent).DataField:='aFieldName' else etc. or perhaps there is a better way? Thank you in advance Doug
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    UniMemo not updating correctly

    Thank you. Please, while you're checking this, please try setting "underline" and "strikeout" to the control. once a font is Underlined or strikeout=true, updating the font will not get rid of the strikeout or underline.
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    UniMemo not updating correctly

    actually, it does show every size EXECPT 8... when it's set to 8, it does not update the control.
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    UniMemo not updating correctly

    it seems that, by experimentation, the uniLabel, uniMemo (at least) only change font when the font size is >=9. While Size 8 seems to be displayed as a default, the control can't be "set" to size 8. Is this by design?
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    UniMemo not updating correctly

    Thank you. The line height seems better with this, but still, the font size does not change when the umLabelTextEditor.Font.Size is changed. Do you have a suggestion?
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    UniMemo not updating correctly

    I set the following on FormCreate Self.umLabelTextEditor.JSInterface.JSAddListener('afterrender', 'function(){this.inputEl.setStyle("line-height", this.inputEl.getStyle("font-size"))}'); So in use, when I set the Font to something different, say Tahoma, size=24, Color=clGreen, etc., the text changes, but the font, size, color, etc., does not change and the line height is overlapping. Should this be called each time the font is change?
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    UniMemo not updating correctly

    Here I set the Font of the control, "umLabelTextEditor": function TToolPaletteForm.MSetScreenFont(aFont: TuniFont): integer ... Self.umLabelTextEditor.Text:='hello'+intToStr(trunc(100*random)); Self.umLabelTextEditor.Font.Size:=55; Self.umLabelTextEditor.JSInterface.JSAddListener('afterrender', 'function(){this.inputEl.setStyle("line-height", this.inputEl.getStyle("font-size"))}'); Self.umLabelTextEditor.Font.Size:=aFont.Size; Self.umLabelTextEditor.Update; Self.umLabelTextEditor.Repaint; i dont think i was adding the JSInterface.JSAddlistener correctly. do i add this each time the font is changed?
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    UniMemo not updating correctly

    Hello All I am using uniMemo and I set the text, adjust the font, height color, etc, and it displays correctly once. Any changes programatically to the Font, Size, Color, etc, are not refreshed. I tried Repaint, Update, Refresh, and while the text updates, the Font/Color etc. do not. I tried varying the size of font, etc., but it does not seem to repaint with the new font characteristics. Am i Missing something? Also, despite using the following: Self.uniMemo1.JSInterface.JSAddListener('afterrender', 'function(){this.inputEl.setStyle("line-height", this.inputEl.getStyle("font-size"))}'); as per a suggestion in the forum, the font text overlaps with multiple rows, or the first row is cut off. i would prefer a solution that does not rely upon css jscript touch-up... Any suggestions? Thank you doug
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    Possible in Unigui ?

    ok
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    Possible in Unigui ?

    All I see is the login screen.
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    Label Z-Order

    anyone have any answer here?
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    UniCheckBox Transparent

    You can set the caption of the checkbox to '' (nothing) and add a TUniLabel next to it in the position that you want and set ITS transparency to TRUE.
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    Custom Property Editor for TUnPropertyGrid

    I am wondering, unless I am doing something wrong, why the property editor doesn't show all of the properties of a component -- such as Font, etc.?
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    Custom Property Editor for TUnPropertyGrid

    Thank you Freeman 35
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