TFDConnection Connection Editor Seems to be Hidden on HiDPI Surface Book 2
Not sure if this is related to installation or not, but I did just install on a new computer. Whenever I double-click on the TFDConnection component to show the connection editor, the IDE is locked until I press the ESC key. It appears that the connection editor is open somewhere but it's not visible. I'm on a Surface Book 2 15" so could be related to installation on a HiDPI display. Just can't figure out how to access that dialog to set needed connection settings. Temporarily using Object Inspector, but I'd rather use the connection editor. Thanks in advance for your help, Kelly.
Thanks Craig - I figured a way around the issue. Just use RAD Studio on the primary display (the HIDPI display of the Surface Book 2). If I use it on a secondary full HD display (my preference) and close RAD Studio while still on the secondary, the next time I start RAD Studio (likely at home), the Connection Editor and Query Editor open off screen somewhere. So, I can use RAD Studio on the secondary display, but I have to move it back to the Surface Book primary display before exiting. There must be a system setting that gets save on exit that preserves the screen location of the tool windows when closed and the HIDPI display coordinates cause the problem when reopening. However, this issue seems to be resolved in 10.2.3 or I can't seem to be able to reproduce the issue on 10.2.3 anyway.