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Date Posted: 07:11:18 08/12/05 Fri
Author: Tom Boser
Subject: Re: Getting rid of scroll bars
In reply to: Alain 's message, "Getting rid of scroll bars" on 00:09:28 08/04/05 Thu

You could probably create a control and inherit from the TImageScrollBox, over ride the create method and callback to built in one and change the attributes to turn off the scroll bars. Usually you can also over ride a callback in Builder/Delphi for the Windows create event and turn off scroll bars too.

>The application I am working on requires that I
>disable scroll boards as the visible part of the image
>is important and cannot change.
>I understand that the component is called
>TImageScrollBox but I would like to disable the scroll
>bars and the visible property of the horizontal and
>vertical scroll bars do not seem to work.
>I can go through the source code, but I would really
>like to avoid having to learn this code.
>One way may be to load the image onto the canvas of
>the form by I want to avoid doubling up the memory by
>having a hidden TImageScrollBox in the background and
>copying the image to the canvas.
>I am using D7 and would appreciate any code example
>that either disables the scroll bars in the
>TImageScrollBox component or shows how to efficiently
>assign an image to a form's canvas.
>Thanks again,

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