we are in the process of upgrading our products and migrating them to powerbuilder 2017.
In this process we noticed that on Windows 10 Systems the MDI ChildFrames have old XP-style Borders which do not match the remaining UI in either Windows or our Application.
The Borders can be influenced by activating high contrast mode in Ease of Access, but those are System wide Settings and we can't exactly force our customers to activate it for a visually pleasing UI.
This issue is also present with PowerBuilder 12.6. While static, the default border style in Windows 8.1 is not as out-of-place as the XP style in Windows 10.
Is there anything we can do to fix this, can this only be fixed in PowerBuilder or-even worse-does is require changes on Microsofts end?