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Hi. Apologies for a vague query - Graphic issues when dragging folders in folder tree

Hi. Apologies for a vague query - Graphic issues when dragging folders in folder tree

Hi. Apologies for a vague query - Graphic issues when dragging folders in folder tree

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Hi.

Apologies for a vague query for a first post but....

I have a support issue where users are reporting excessive blur (??) when dragging folders in the a folder tree they report it is evident in all versions of our application and seems to have occurred post Windows 10 upgrade. My initial response was that it is most likely an issue between Windows 10 and Delphi and is not a problem with the application as such. I just wanted to check whether any of you may have encountered this before. I've asked the usual questions i.e How many affected, pc set up etc.

The only way I can describe what they are experiencing is that the folder they are dragging is difficult to see i.e. blur/flicker and the name is grey. When dragging over the top of existing folders in the tree there is a partial overlap with blue highlighting.

Hope that makes sense.

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