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i am using Delphi 10.3.3, and i develop app for Android with local language fonts (Sinhala Sri Lankan Language), same font i can see in my mobile no issue, but when use the same font for my app fonts shows weird, for your reference i am attaching 2 screenshot with the app and same text with my mail phone and the fonts i use. and i already add to the deployment, and given the path .\assets\internal as well still the problem same, if you can help me i relay appreciate, since i am not professional developer still i am just learner, Noto Sans Sinhala.ttf
I was able to use Firemonkey to develop a multi-platform game, specifically for Android at first. After thoroughly debugging the app when running in Windows, I then deployed it in my Android tablet, and there were several problems, especially with regard to drag-and-drop, plus images that would remain on the screen when they should have disappeared. These problems were intermittent -- difficult to re-produce reliably. Nevertheless, I spent many hours trying every little trick I could think of in terms of structuring the code (e.g. different ways of trying to make a glyph disappear), but still could not get the functionality to where it needed to be. I was using Android 32-bit - Android SDK 25.2.5. Again, this app would run consistently and perfectly when running the Windows version! Unfortunately, I'll have to give up on this project unless someone has a bright idea.
A client has several of the applications I've written over the past several years and all work OK, They all connect (with FireDac) to a Microsoft SQL Server. However, I've just loaded a newer application (compiled in Delphi 10.3.3) and when I run it on this PC I get the following FireDac error message immediately (see attached): Exception EMSSQLNativeException in module ... at ..... [FireDAC][Phys][ODBC][Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver]Connection is busy with results for another hstmt The PC is not running any other application that could be accessing the MS SQL Server, so I'm at a loss as to why it is busy at all. This application works fine on my development machine. Would this be a driver issue, maybe a newer driver is needed (is there one)? Or does Delphi 10.3.3/FireDAC do something differently to what it did in earlier versions? Any thoughts would be much appreciated.