Coming Soon to RAD Studio ... Enhanced Designer Experience!

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Easily hide non-visual components, filter the properties and events of the Object Inspector, and the Structure View has new matching icons for components.

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Comments

  • Michael M2041
    Michael M2041 Friday, 28 August 2015

    OMG.. 'Quickly hide non-visual controls on forms' should have been a feature implemented as far back as Delphi 5! What the heck took SO long??

  • GodfreyF
    GodfreyF Tuesday, 8 September 2015

    I agree with Michael this feature should have been in the product a long time ago. Anyway I am still happy to see it at last

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