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Die Holländer

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  1. I switched to 10.4.1. and this code complete, ctrl-right click is a nightmare again. Very slow or it doesn't work at all. I also switched back to Classic Code Insight and indeed you get a wait cursor every few seconds. I thought that these very important IDE issues would be solved by now. I rememberthat this issue was already many Delphi versions ago. (XE versions)
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    Conflict JVCL and Styles

    It seems that is not the JVCL component that bugs me but the dialog used by this component. The TJvFilenameEdit is using the TOpenTextFileDialog and when I execute this component the same problem with Styles occur. I've also tried the standard TOpenDialog and also no luck. When I use the TFileOpenDialog (from the Vista Dialogs) then indeed a different filedialog is opened and no problem with styles occur when I close my application.
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    Conflict JVCL and Styles

    I placed the TJvFilenameEdit on a new project form with a project style selected and now no access voilation occurs. I've no idea why the access voilation happens in my existing project..
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    Error when installing JCL from GetIt

    During my install of the library I noticed that a destination path in the installer was suddenly pointing to a "Y:" disk that was not even mounted on my machine..
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    Conflict JVCL and Styles

    Hello, I upgraded to Delphi 10.4.1. and now I got a conflict between JVCL and when an application style is selected. I use the TJvFilenameEdit and when I open the folder to select a filename in runtime and later close the appliction an access voilation error about the style will occur and at the end the famous Runtime Error 216 is displayed. Is this a known problem with JVCL? Anyone a suggestion how to use the JVCL and Styles? For now I have disabled the styles because I use the JVCL a lot in my applications. I come from Delphi 10.2 and there was no problem. Thanks.