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New free VCL Style from DelphiStyles.com available in GetIt DelphiStyles.com sells custom VCL and FireMonkey Styles. They are offering a free custom VCL Windows Style for RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo customers through the GetIt Package Manager (Tools > GetIt Package Manager). After downloading the style, you can find it under  C:\Users\YourUsername\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\19.0\CatalogRepository\AquaLightSlate2-1.0 Select the .vsf file and copy it into C:\Users\Public\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\19.0\Styles To apply the style to your VCL ...
أنشاء وتعديل الـ Styles في تطبيقات Delphi (VCL) - ARABIC - تغيير الـ Style لتطبيقات Delphi - VCL شرح لألية العمل مع تطبيق عملي بسيط عن كيفية تغيير الـ  Style ...
FireMonkey Native and Custom Styles in Action - Video This video shows building a profile screen for your multi-device application using the FireMonkey framework with both native UI support and custom styling. Highlighted in the video are custom multi-device styles included in Embarcadero's premium style bonus pack and custom styles from DelphiStyles.com.   ...
Creating a profile screen for your mobile application Many mobile applications today include a profile screen. Popular music apps display your favorite musician's bio along with song and album details and concert information on the artist's profile page while social media apps display your hometown information, recently visited locations, profile photo, number of followers and more. I decided to create a nice sample that shows how you can easily implement a profile screen in your own FireMonkey application.

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Changing TMultiView's Fill Color Tip of the day: How to change TMultiView's fill color 1. Add TMultiView to your form 2. Right-click on the control and select 'Edit Default Style'.  This opens the integrated Style Designer 3. Select 'MultiViewStyle' in the Structure Pane 4. In the Object Inspector, select Fill > Brush to change the color 5. When done, click on the 'x' in the top right hand corner to apply the color change 6. Repeat these steps for each platform where you want to make a TMultiView fill color change...

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