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ResizeKit For Delphi 5-10.2 Tokyo

ResizeKit for Delphi 5-10.2 Tokyo: A Review

If you are a Delphi developer who wants to make your applications size and screen resolution independent, you might be interested in ResizeKit, a VCL component that automatically resizes controls and fonts on your forms. In this article, we will review the features, benefits, and limitations of ResizeKit for Delphi 5-10.2 Tokyo.


What is ResizeKit?

ResizeKit is a control that you can place on your form at design time. It detects when the form size changes and adjusts the size and position of the controls and fonts accordingly. It can also handle screen resolution changes, DPI scaling, and multi-monitor support. ResizeKit works with most third-party controls and supports both 32-bit and 64-bit applications.

What are the benefits of ResizeKit?

Using ResizeKit can save you a lot of time and effort in designing and coding your user interface. You don't have to write any code to handle form resizing or screen resolution changes. You can focus on the functionality and logic of your application instead of worrying about the appearance. ResizeKit also improves the user experience by making your application look consistent and professional on different devices and screen sizes.

What are the limitations of ResizeKit?

ResizeKit is not a magic solution that can handle any layout or design challenge. It has some limitations that you should be aware of before using it. For example:

  • ResizeKit does not support FireMonkey or cross-platform applications. It only works with VCL components for Windows.

  • ResizeKit does not support dynamic creation or deletion of controls at runtime. It only resizes the controls that are on the form at design time.

  • ResizeKit does not support complex layouts that involve anchors, alignments, margins, padding, or docking. It only resizes the controls proportionally to the form size.

  • ResizeKit does not support custom drawing or painting of controls. It only resizes the standard properties of the controls such as width, height, font size, etc.

How to use ResizeKit?

Using ResizeKit is very simple and straightforward. You just need to follow these steps:

  • Download and install ResizeKit from [Image processing made easy!]. You will need a username and password to access the download page.

  • Add ResizeKit to your project by adding it to the uses clause or dropping it on the form from the component palette.

  • Set the properties of ResizeKit according to your preferences. You can adjust the minimum and maximum form size, enable or disable resizing of fonts, specify which controls to exclude from resizing, etc.

  • Run your application and enjoy the automatic resizing of your form and controls.


ResizeKit is a useful component that can help you make your Delphi applications size and screen resolution independent. It is easy to use, compatible with most third-party controls, and supports both 32-bit and 64-bit applications. However, it also has some limitations that you should consider before using it. If you are looking for a simple and effective solution for form resizing, you might want to give ResizeKit a try.


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