TColorBoxStyle specifies how a color box control displays its selections.
The following table lists the possible values of TColorBoxStyle:
|Style||Meaning when included|
|cbStandardColors||The color box lists the first 16 color constants from the Graphics unit. These are the constants such as clRed or clBlack, that represent fixed RGB values.|
|cbExtendedColors||The color box includes clMoneyGreen, clSkyBlue, clCream, and clMedGray.|
|cbSystemColors||The color box includes the symbolic color constants that reflect the values specified in the Windows control panel.|
|cbIncludeNone||The color box includes clNone. This option only has an effect if Style includes cbSystemColors.|
|cbIncludeDefault||The color box includes clNone. This option only has an effect if Style includes cbSystemColors.|
|cbCustomColor||The first entry in the color box represents a custom color. When you select the Custom entry, the color box displays the Color selection dialog, where you can specify a custom color.|
|cbPrettyNames||The color box lists the names as words rather than as the color constant strings (for example ‘Black’ rather than ‘clBlack’).|
|cbExtendedColors||The color box lists a customized list of colors. Use the OnGetColors event to populate this list of colors (the displayed name and corresponding color).|
- The cbCustomColor value allows you to select only a custom color from the ColorDialog that is opened.
- In the OnGetColors event, you can add as many colors as you want to the color box list.
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