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Diego Simonini

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  1. Diego Simonini

    Keep func/proc declaration in sync with implementation

    Thank you
  2. Diego Simonini

    Keep func/proc declaration in sync with implementation

    Sorry, D7
  3. Hi everyone, I'm guessing if exists a shortcut or a plugin to keep declaration of functions and procedures in sync with implementation. Something bidirectional, if positioned on declaration the shortcut should update implementation and viceversa. Thank you
  4. Diego Simonini

    Code Formatter and generics

    Hi, given this configuration for spacing math operators sometimes the formatter formats generics declarations with spaces (especially in methods parameters) using 1.3.18 build 3342 How to fix? Thanks
  5. Hello, I'm novice to FMX development. I'm doing tests with a FMX app on a Windows tablet, basically a simple list of data to be scrolled. Given that the FMX TListview scrolling performance in Windows is basically very poor compared with the same app running on Android.... I've found that in Windows, as the resolution or the DPI increases, the scrolling fluidity decreases until it is completely unusable For example, given a Windows 10 Enterprise Tablet with a resolution of 2560x1600 and 250% scaling, a basic TListview bounded to a TPrototypeBindsource with a few rows scrolls terribly With the same hardware, for speeding up the scroll I've experienced two possibilities (always poor scrolling but usable): 1. recompiling with [DPI Awareness = None], but obviously all appears blurred 2. lowering Windows resolution/scaling I point out that the same tablet at the max (recommended by Windows) resolution (2560x1600 - 250%) scrolls beatifully in browser and also in Windows Explorer Some ideas to improve in these situations? Thank you
  6. Yes, @dummzeuch I confirm that! Disabling the two experts and restarting fixes the problem. Thank you very much!
  7. filed by Ian Barker https://sourceforge.net/p/gexperts/bugs/244/
  8. Hello, in FMX projects, when another source edit window is opened (no multimonitor, simply form splitting between form designer and code editor) copy and pasting fmx components on the form causes the textual representation of the comps to be pasted in the source editor. I've also opened a ticket https://quality.embarcadero.com/browse/RSP-33592 thinking that was a Delphi issue. It seems GExperts causing this behaviour, uninstalling them fixes. Do you know some trick for making them work in this context? Gexperts are unvaluable, otherwise I think I'll do without the second edit window ;-)
  9. Diego Simonini

    Autocomplete behaviour: Delphi 10.4.2 VS Delphi 7

    Yes, I've Auto-invoke on! Switching off Auto-invoke does the job. Thanks a lot 🙏
  10. Diego Simonini

    Autocomplete behaviour: Delphi 10.4.2 VS Delphi 7

    Thanks 👍
  11. Hi everybody, I've recently installed last version of Delphi, I'm sorry if I'm asking something stupid but... I've noticed something strange about the autocomplete feature. Try following these steps: IN D10.4.2 1. Start typing some code, i.e. "var d : dou" 2. Press CTRL + space, autocomplete popups 3. press arrow down to select "Double" 4. the only key working for complete the code is [Enter] In the same scenario in D7 IDE , at point 4 I could press every key to trigger the completion, i.e [;] for "Double;" I'm very used to this handy behaviour, it's possible to configure D10.4.2 in the same way? Thank you in advance, Diego.