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QEnnay

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Change color of disabled Shell components?
« on: August 17, 2021, 07:40:38 pm »
Hi, I am using ShellTreeView and ShelListView and all OK.

I sometimes need to disable them but still have the data visible.

I set ReadOnly for both, but both still allows Navigation. Not my idea of "Read Only." :)

I then set the Enabled to False for both and I can see the data and they are not navigable. WooHooo

BUT, the Tree has a White background and the List has a Gray. Arrrgggh.

How can I make the List have a White background or at worst, make the Tree have Gray?

I know Enabled:=False; generally shows Gray, but I'd really like to see them both the same color.

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Remy Lebeau

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Re: Change color of disabled Shell components?
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2021, 11:01:11 pm »
How can I make the List have a White background or at worst, make the Tree have Gray?

I know Enabled:=False; generally shows Gray, but I'd really like to see them both the same color.

Try putting them in another container control, like a TPanel, and then disable the container rather than disabling them directly.
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