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Date Posted: 12:52:27 03/29/02 Fri
Author: Rex
Subject: TImageScrollBox Produces Memory Leak

When using the TImageScrollBox a Memory leak is produced if the Handle is never allcoated. This is because the MouseMode is set in the constructor creating a MouseHandler, but the Handler is Only destroyed by a WMDestory Message from Windows. If the Windows Handle is never allocated, this Message is never recvd. THis seems impossible, but a component in a Page of a TPageControl will not have a Windows Handle allocated until necessary. If you create a Form with a PageControl, never go to the page, the Handle will not be created and memory will not be freed when the form is destroyed.

I can send Sample code to anyone interested.

Is there a Fix for this in a Later release?


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