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Creating custom TEdit styles with the FireMonkey Style Designer This tutorial outlines the steps for creating and customizing a new FireMonkey style element and applying the newly created style to your FireMonkey application. This tutorial focuses on deploying the resulting application to iOS, but the same steps can be repeated for creating custom style elements for macOS, Android and Windows applications.  
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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Creating a custom button style with RAD Studio 10 Seattle In RAD Studio 10 Seattle, we made many enhancements to the integrated style designer in the IDE. In today's post, I thought I would cover the steps for creating your own custom button style using RAD Studio 10 Seattle. Follow the steps below to create your own custom button style for Windows. The same steps apply to customizing UI controls for other platforms as well. 1. Go to File > New > Multi-Device Application to create a new multi-device application 2. Place a TButton onto your form...
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