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delphi 7 - bitbuttons acting like a radio button group

delphi 7 - bitbuttons acting like a radio button group

delphi 7 - bitbuttons acting like a radio button group

I have a need to use a group of bitmap buttons as if they were radio button group. By this I only one button can be "down" at any time - and the user wants the selected button to be shown in the "down" position. If you know Lotus Notes older versions you will know what I mean.

I have seen this done before (in fact I once did a similar thing using Visual Objects where radio buttons could be viewed as either "dots" or buttons), but cannot see an obvious way of doing it in Delphi.

Can anyone help?


Before snyone suggests upgrading to a later version of Delphi - company won't pay for it.

RE: delphi 7 - bitbuttons acting like a radio button group

That's it - the moment I read your reply it came back to me.

Thanks very much


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