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Old 02-01-2001, 01:10 PM
Wilcox Wilcox is offline
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Default How can I put an Updown-Object into an NumEdit-Object??

Hi,

how can i put an updown object in an modified Tedit?
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Old 02-01-2001, 02:15 PM
MrBaseball34 MrBaseball34 is offline
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Default RE: How can I put an Updown-Object into an NumEdit-Object??

Try this one I found on Torry's:
http://bash_sash.tripod.com/editbtn.htm

Edit Button v.3.1 By Vasily Kholopov.
This is an edit box to allow a developer to implement any
edit box using same control with easy-in-use events with
ability to edit/display RTF text and detect URLs.

Just replace by The Edit Button all of your Edit Boxes and
get all of advanatge.

Editor Features:
Multi line mode
5 additional views:
with right "browse" speed button + this button click
event
with right spin button + spin Up/Down events
with right 'drop down' speed button + this button click
event
as a Memo control
as a RTF control with URLs detection.
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Old 02-01-2001, 02:17 PM
Wise Guy Wise Guy is offline
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Default RE: How can I put an Updown-Object into an NumEdit-Object??

Just connect both TEdit and the TUpDown using the TUpDown's ASSOCIATE property. Exmaple code below:

MyUpDown.Associate:=MyEdit;

And don't forget to increase the UpDown's maximum, using the Max property.
Good Luck!
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Old 02-02-2001, 02:46 AM
pascal.enz pascal.enz is offline
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Default RE: How can I put an Updown-Object into an NumEdit-Object??

Why don't you use the TSpinEdit component from the samples palette?
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