So you want to go down the high-DPI road? Feeling alone? I did 🙂 The classical answer “it works on my machine” will not be sufficient here. Your non high-dpi aware Delphi application might look nice on your development machine, but it certainly looks super small or ugly stretched on your client’s shiny new 4K resolution laptop – and it really does not work – at least not how you and your client would expect!
The “NoDrives” Registry entry allows to hide a drive (/drives) you do not want to get displayed by Windows Explorer and/or from the standard Open Dialog box. Here’s how to programmatically check if a drive is hidden using Delphi.
Do users of your Delphi application actually see the progress bar moving?
The TProgressBar control provides visual feedback about the progress of some actions within your application. The Position, Max and Min properties determine the current position of the progress bar within its minimum and maximum values.