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Creating Custom Styles with the Bitmap Style Designer - CodeRage Replay, Tips & Tricks and Sample Files During this week's CodeRage event, I gave a lightning talk on using the Bitmap Style Designer to create a custom style for TSwitch. This blog post summarizes the steps, tips and tricks shown during my CodeRage session. It also includes the style graphics shown during the session and the session replay link.
Customizing the style for a user interface control in RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin The integrated Style Designer in RAD Studio 10.1 Berlin has undergone several changes and improvements, including: Clipboard, keyboard and multi-selection support on the Structure view Preview panel Zooming support I recently received a question from a customer on how to best customize a style for a specific component, and I thought I'd cover the steps in a blog post. In this tutorial, we are going to change the background color of TGroupBox.   Step 1: Create a new FireMonkey Mult...

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How to load custom styles at runtime During my session at CodeRage, I briefly talked about how to load custom styles at runtime. I wanted to elaborate on this topic and provide some detailed steps. In this example, we are creating a mobile app for iOS and Android that uses the 'Jet' Premium Style. I added both styles via the resources dialog in the IDE and used the TStyleManager.LoadFromResource method to load either style at runtime. When loading custom styles at runtime using the steps below, you don't see the style at desi...
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