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Hi Folks, I have a strange bug when a VCL styled application is maximized in a dual monitor configuration. Steps to reproduce: 1. Set your windows task bar position to "top" 2. Create a minimal application and activate a VCL style (add a main menu if you like) 3. Run the application and: * maximize it on the primary monitor (fine) * maximize it on the secondary monitor (The top part of the application, probably the height of the windows task bar, becomes transparent) left: maximized on primary monitor right: maximized on secondary monitor Additional Info: * My two monitors have different resolutions and they have a vertical offset * This bug doesn't seem to affect many people (no customer has reported it so far ;-)) * This is not a new bug. I've seen for years (three to four) it in several Delphi versions, but I can't put a date on it Today I tried to find out if it is a problem with our main form's settings, but since it also happens with a minimal application, it probably isn't. Has anybody encountered this as well? Does anyone know how to fix it? Do I have to wait for Emba to fix it? Cheers & thanks Lübbe
Using a VCL Style, I'm trying to customise the background colour of TStringgrid objects. The empty part of the grid that contains no cells. At present the background is rendering white - and I'd like it to render a different colour. The Bitmap Style Designer lists a Grid object, which contains a single Fixed (TSeBitmapObject) item, but nothing relating to painting the background of the grid control. How can I determine which item(s) in the Bitmap Style Designer relate to all aspects of drawing a TStringgrid control?