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ID: 26367, Save and Restore Size and Position of your form v2

by Frank van Bommel Email: Anonymous


Save and Restore Size and Position of your form using the registry. This form uses the registry to remember automatically the size and position of its window between restarts, upon start it restores those. Just a little form enhancement which gives any application a little bit extra. It clearly demonstrates how I created it, includes a demo and user friendly help. For ease of testing I have enclosed a way to easily restart the application by clicking on the form anywhere, to make this happen I had to add Shellapi to the uses clausule. And to create this version the Registry was added to the users clausule
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For Delphi, Version 7.0  to 7.0 140 downloads
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Size: 214,257 bytes
Updated on Sun, 07 Dec 2008 13:36:05 GMT
Originally uploaded on Sun, 07 Dec 2008 13:36:32 GMT
SHA1 Hash: D01ED9A3A15CA96F46B64C90D80D33DEB5895BF6
MD5 Hash: 21FA2CCAE53AE54301C734D16BD65D34

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Save and Restore Size and Position of your form using the registry. This form uses the registry to remember automatically the size and position of its window between restarts, upon start it restores those. Just a little form enhancement which gives any application a little bit extra. It clearly demonstrates how I created it, includes a demo and user friendly help. For ease of testing I have enclosed a way to easily restart the application by clicking on the form anywhere, to make this happen I had to add Shellapi to the uses clausule. And to create this version the Registry was added to the users clausule



There are many more things possible with Delphi than one can make up from the poor help files that accompany it. There is virtually no conceptual help available from the standard help file, and that is just what can be so helpful for programming! I always try to not use any 3rd party component, so I can publish my stuff where and how I like it. Do not use 3rd party components if you do not have to, apart from the fact that doing it yourself gives much more satisfaction!

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