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  1. PeterBelow

    Marking of the main form in a multiform VCL Application

    If you want to submit a feature request please do so on quality.embarcadero.com. Posting such requests here has no effect other than spawning endless discussions which serve no purpose, IMO, since this is often mostly about a purely personal preference.
  2. David Heffernan

    Marking of the main form in a multiform VCL Application

    If you named your forms well, you'd be able to see from the name which one was the main form.
  3. Dave Nottage

    New Inline variables mess up IDE

    ..or not declare vars inline 🙂
  4. John Kouraklis

    SVG Magic released

    @jeanmilost One question comes to mind...why is this not a FMX component? As someone who is trying to do some cross-platform work in Delphi, many times I feel the second-class relative here
  5. Mark Williams

    New Inline variables mess up IDE

    I quite like the underlining of errors. Really handy to see at a glance where your errors are without having to recompile for each one.
  6. David Heffernan

    Marking of the main form in a multiform VCL Application

    I'm curious though, why aren't you naming forms? Unit4 doesn't convey very much.
  7. David Heffernan

    Marking of the main form in a multiform VCL Application

    In English we use "you" and "one" interchangeably. I didn't mean you personally I meant that it could be done by someone. So it would have been clearer if I had said "one could do this".
  8. Schokohase

    Marking of the main form in a multiform VCL Application

    I choose my main form not by random or by accident. I know which one is the main form and usually I name it TMainForm and store it in the unit <AppName>.Forms.MainForm - why should I choose a different name? So, no, it would be of no use for me
  9. jeanmilost

    SVG Magic released

    Hi developers, I just released a new SVG Magic version (1.004). It improves the high DPI support and fixes several minor bugs. About the distribution of the code source, the point is still under discussion, but the balance leans in favor of opening the source code for those who will buy the license. I will post the final answer here as soon as it is known. SVG Magic brings the support of the Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) image format to the C++ and Delphi VCL. Please visit: https://svgmagic.io/
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