VCL styles are a powerful way to change the appearance of your application. One of the main features of VCL styles is the ability to change the style while the application is running.
Because a VCL Style is simply a particular kind of binary file, we can allow our users to load their preferred styles at runtime. We could even provide new styles by publishing them on a website or sending them by e-mail to our customers.
In this recipe, we'll change the style while the application is running using a style already linked at design time, or let the user choose between a set of styles deployed inside a folder.
Style manipulation at runtime is done using the class methods of ...