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Determines whether Visual Styles are supported for the application.




bvsIsVisualStylesEnabled() Æ lEnabled

Return Value

lEnabledA logical value that indicates whether Visual Styles are supported.
TRUEVisual Styles are supported.
FALSEVisual Styles are not defined.
Data Type:Logic


Visual Styles (XP-Designs) are a special graphic representation of elements (windows and control) on the graphic user interface of MS-Windows.


Visual Styles are supported since Windows XP or newer. Older operating systems do not support this type of representation. If the operating system supports Visual Styles, it can nevertheless be that Visual Styles are not supported by the application or these are deactivated in the application.


Whether the application supports Visual Styles can be checked with the function bvsIsVisualStylesEnabled().


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