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I have a big problem, for some time now when I try to edit the .dpr file of any project the IDE is very slow, it takes seconds to write a single character, making it impossible to work. How can I solve this?
I want to share my disappointment with you. I work with Delphi 11.3 (Patch 1) and every day I see amazing things. Starting with Code Insight, which works 1 out of 3 times. Then, when it stops working, there is no way to reactivate it. The new feature that allows you to highlight the selected words in the code works badly, often when I select a word with a double click the document is moved and becomes unreadable until I scroll through the document, this thing makes me waste a LOT of TIME. It is also dangerous because you risk to write in another part of the code! (it happened to me...) When I am working on the graphical interface of a form, it can happen that the IDE freezes completely and I have to force the PID to close! Sometimes the compiler goes "out of memory" and in the best case you can save and close Delphi, in the worst case Delphi crashes and you lose the work you've done if you haven't saved it. And those are just the biggest problems, I'll leave the rest out. Now I learn that Delphi 12 is being released, but how can Embarcadero offer me a new version of Delphi? And the Delphi 11 bugs, WHO CAN SOLVE THEM? The last update to Delphi 11 was in APRIL!!!! This means that I should update to Delphi 12, which will certainly have NEW BUGS and will not have fixed the bugs of version 11 (as happened to me every time I changed versions...). When do you think we will be able to go on like this? Visual Studio is updated EVERY WEEK. I have to work every day with an IDE that slows me down and most of all with an IDE that NO ONE MAINTAINS! I would like someone like Marco Cantù to explain to me why Embarcadero is destroying the trust of their customers in this way, why they are neglecting the essentials to continue blowing smoke in our faces. Sorry for the outburst, but it's really frustrating to work like this.