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erich.wanker
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Hello,

 

i want to disable the borders of a TuniForm ..

 

At designtime i set:

borderStyle = bsNone

FormStyle = fsStayOnTop

BorderIcons = []

 

but i allways get borders ? ...

 

 

My target is:

 

i want to screenmask the Mainform (also a problem for me!)

then i want to show the TuniForm without borders

the tuniForm has a unipanel with align = alClient - thats more pretty :-)

 

 

i tryed the idee without a TuniForm - just with a uniPanel, but behind the uniPanel is a unipanel with collapsible= true and the collabsible toolbar is shine through the front unipanel - so i am using the UniForm where the controls behind are not shine through ...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hello,

 

 

i have no solution for the borderless-TuniForm ...

 

BUT:

i found informations, how to hide the borders using extjs directly:

 

"Just put a Panel in a Window with no frame. Style it using regular methods as you like. Where's the mystery?
Like this, just paste the following code into Firebug and run it.:"
 

Code:
new Ext.Window({
title: 'Form Window',
height: 400, width: 600,
layout: 'fit',
items: {
xtype: 'form',
bodyCssClass: 'x-border-layout-ct',
bodyStyle: {
padding: '5px'
},
border: false,
items: {
xtype: 'textfield',
fieldLabel: 'A text field'
},
buttons: [{
text: 'Submit'
}]
}
}).show();

Can somehow tell me, how to use this information with delphi/uniGUI ?

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