||Re: Turn Off Windows Theme
Ken Mayer <email@example.com>
||Mon, 9 Jul 2018 09:20:58 -0700
On 7/9/2018 6:42 AM, Michael wrote:
> I wam upgrading all my legacy Visual Dbase 7.5 to Dbase 11 and maybe even Windows 12. The biggest issue I have is that the default setting for all controls is the Windows Theme is set to TRUE and all my buttons are greyed out.
> This may not sound like much but I have over 400,000 lines of code with hundreds of forms and buttons and will take me a year to convert them all to FALSE so my software can retail the custom colours and Labels set throughout the software.
> How can I turn windows theme off or set DBASE controls to have Windows Theme turns off?
Best thing you *should* be doing is using custom controls, that way you
can make the change in one place ... I know that's a lot of work at this
point, but it will give you more control.
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