RAD Studio VCL Reference
TWinControl Properties

The properties of the TWinControl class are listed here.

Specifies which edges of the control are beveled. 
Specifies the cut of the inner bevel. 
Specifies the control's bevel style. 
Specifies the cut of the outer bevel. 
Specifies the width of the inner and outer bevels. 
Specifies the width of the control's border. 
Determines whether a control has a three-dimensional (3-D) or two-dimensional look. 
Specifies the default window procedure for the windowed control. 
Determines the behavior of the input method editor (IME). 
Specifies the input method editor (IME) to use for converting keyboard input to Asian language characters. 
Determines whether control uses parent's theme background. 
Determines where a component looks to determine if it should appear three dimensional. 
Provides access to a window handle for the control. 
Indicates child control realignment disabled. 
Determines the color and pattern used for painting the background of the control. 
Returns the number of child controls. 
Lists all child controls. 
Specifies the number of controls that are docked on the windowed control. 
Lists the controls that are docked to the windowed control. 
Specifies the control's docking manager interface. 
Specifies whether the control can be the target of drag-and-dock operations. 
Determines whether the control's image is rendered directly to the window or painted to an in-memory bitmap first. 
Provides access to the underlying Windows screen object for the control. 
Indicates whether the mouse pointer is currently in the client area of the control. 
Specifies the padding of a control. 
ParentDoubleBuffered defers the DoubleBuffered property of this component to the value of the parent's DoubleBuffered property. 
Reference to parent's underlying control. 
Indicates whether the control is showing on the screen. 
Indicates the position of the control in its parent's tab order. 
Determines if the user can tab to a control. 
Specifies whether the docking manager is used in drag-and-dock operations. 
Specifies the number of visible controls that are docked on the windowed control. 
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