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Delphi

property DownGlyph: TBitmap read GetDownGlyph write SetDownGlyph;

C++

__property Vcl::Graphics::TBitmap* DownGlyph = {read=GetDownGlyph, write=SetDownGlyph};

Properties

Type Visibility Source Unit Parent
property published
Vcl.Samples.Spin.pas
Vcl.Samples.Spin.hpp
Vcl.Samples.Spin TSpinButton

Description

The bitmap that appears on the Down button.

DownGlyph represents the bitmap that appears on the Down button. You can provide up to four images (one for each state) within a single bitmap, depending on the value of the DownNumGlyphs property. All images must be the same size and next to each other in a row.

The four states of the button are described in the following table:

Button state Description

Up

This image appears when the button is up. This image is also used when the button has focus (for example, if the user tabs to it); in this case, a focus rectangle is drawn around the button. If no other images exist in the bitmap, bit buttons also use this image for all other states.

Disabled

This image usually appears dimmed to indicate that the button cannot be selected.

Clicked

This image appears when the button is clicked. The Up image reappears when the user releases the mouse button.

Down

This image appears when the button stays down.

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