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HKEY Property Editor

Discussion in 'Delphi Components,Freeware, Open Source' started by AdminDF, Mar 27, 2014.

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    The property editor behaves erratically. In some Delphi installations it works as expected but in others the object inspector does not recognise it. The reason for this is unclear. Because of this the editor has been deprecated.

    You are strongly advised not to install this property editor.

    Anyone is welcome to take over development: the editor is open source and uses the Mozilla Public License v2.0.

    This is a property editor for properties of type HKEY – the type used for registry root keys.

    When a HKEY property is selected in the Delphi Object Inspector the property editor displays a drop-down list of all the possible registry root keys, as defined in the Windows unit.

    Here is a screen-shot of the property editor in use in the Delphi 4 object inspector:

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