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  1. pyscripter

    Turbo SynEdit & Font Ligatures

    Development of SynEdit at PyScripter has been moved to and merged with TurboPack SynEdit. The focus of the development is to modernize the code base and enhance the functionality (sometimes at the expense of backward compatibility). In addition to the earlier enhancements and fixes two more features have been recently added: Per-monitor DPI awareness Support for Font Ligatures (new option eoShowLigatures) Fonts like Cascadia Code and Fira Code contain ligatures relevant to programming. See this article for details. Are you using font ligatures? Do you like them? See sample. Thanks to vhanla for contributing the ligature support.
  2. Firstly, let me say that my work on SynEdit has moved back to pyscripter/SynEdit for reasons explained here. The newest enhancement to SynEdit is accessibility support. Now, SynEdit fully supports screen readers such as Windows Narrator and NVDA. The support is much better than, for instance, in Visual Studio Code. The implementation is not based on the older Microsoft Active Accessibility (MSAA), but on the newer Microsoft UI Automation. Microsoft UI Automation has been around since 2005 and is available to all Windows versions, since Windows XP. In addition to making applications accessible, it can also be used by automated UI testing tools. Despite been available for almost 20 years, Delphi does not provide the relevant header translations (See RSP-41898), which complicated the implementation. I also could not find any other complete Delphi implementation of UI automation. So, the SynEdit implementation may serve as a guide to how to implement UI Automation in other controls. Further details can be found here.
  3. shineworld

    Change Scroll bar color

    Hi all, I've already used Themes, with satisfaction, on some little applications. In a big application, I haven't used the TStyleManager.Engine because too hard to re-design the entire application, but I would like to have a way to style only the scrollbars colors of a TSynEdit component. It is, in some way, possible to add ONLY the TScrollingStyleHook behavior in a program without the Style engine running? Thank you for your suggenstions!