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RAD Studio 2010 - Touch & Gestures Part 2 One of the integrated touch features of the VCL in RAD Studio 2010 is interactive multi-touch gestures. We call them InteractiveGestures because they fire the OnGesture event continuosly as the gesture is performed, allowing UI to be updated to reflect zooming, panning and rotation. InteractiveGestures are accessed from the new Touch property, as seen below:     There are 5 InteractiveGestures: zoom, pan, rotate, two finger tap and press and tap. Responding to an InteractiveGesture is a...

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RAD Studio 2010 - Touch & Gestures Part 1 Finally! RAD Studio 2010 is just around the corner which means we can talk about all that new awesome "stuff" we've been working on. Chris Bensen and I have spent a lot of our time working on building a gesturing framework and integrating touch into the VCL. Here's a sneak peek of what's coming:   Most controls now have a Touch property, which hosts everything related to gesturing and touch.   The platform independant gesturing framework uses a mouse, pen or (single) touch and contains ove...

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Tiburón Preview: TButtonedEdit As I mentioned earlier I'll be posting a series of previews of new VCL features. First up is the all new TButtonedEdit component:                 Derived from TEdit, it provides embedded buttons that can optionally drop down a popupmenu (as seen above). We've used this new component in the Tiburón IDE, one example is shown here in a post by Chris Bensen.     ...

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Tiburón Preview It's been awhile, more than awhile actually, but with Tiburón on the horizon, now's a great time to get some posts going! As I'm sure you know, Tiburón is all about Unicode support, but that's not all that's new in the VCL. I'll start posting some sneak peaks of the new VCL features shortly. In the mean time be sure to check out these Tiburón posts by fellow CodeGear bloggers: Tiburón - String Theory  Here Comes Tiburon Don’t Get Caught with Boxes Tiburon’s LoadFromFile and SaveToFile f...

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What not not to do After reading Chris Bensen's recent post about naming variables, I came across the following that made me smile:   FIsNotXP := not CheckWin32Version(5, 1); Later on FIsNotXP is used like this:   if (not FIsNotXP) and FInAnimation then ...
Three simple steps to Vista enable your VCL application One of many new features in Delphi 2007 for Win32 is improved Vista support in VCL. New applications get these improvements by default, but what about existing applications? There are three easy steps you can take to make your application more Vista-like: Theme your applicationThis will change the appearance of most controls, rendering them using the currently selected Windows theme. From the Project menu, select Options, navigate to the Application page and check "Enable runtime themes". Us...
Four Minutes and Twenty Seconds (or how Mr. Murphy hijacked my presentation) It's taken a while, a long time in fact, but I'm finally ready to join the party, the blogging party that is. With the release of Delphi 2007 for Win32, I can't think of a better time to get this blog started. I work on the Delphi/BDS products, primarily on the VCL framework. Those who tried to watch my CodeRage presentation last week know that all too well. The pre-recorded presentation restarted after 4 minutes 20 seconds, then again after another 4:20, and so on until the ...
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