David Millington

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David Millington posted a comment on Mixing Delphi and C++ 2 weeks ago

CodeGuard only functions with the classic (old) compilers, and these days we recommend using the modern Clang-enhanced compilers. It's possible there's a bug in CodeGuard that's being shown by this setup.

In recent RAD Studio releases, we’ve paid a lot of attention to the IDE’s user interface. In 10.2.2, we added a dark theme (one of the most popular changes we’ve made!) and updated the component icons. In RAD Studio 10.3, we have a number ...

In recent RAD Studio releases, we’ve paid a lot of attention to the IDE’s user interface. In 10.2.2, we added a dark theme (one of the most popular changes we’ve made!) and updated the component icons. In RAD Studio 10.3, we have a number ...

In recent RAD Studio releases, we’ve paid a lot of attention to the IDE’s user interface. In 10.2.2, we added a dark theme (one of the most popular changes we’ve made!) and updated the component icons. In RAD Studio 10.3, we have a number ...

I'm a big proponent of practical, usable UIs that are easy to understand and pleasant to look at. As an ongoing series, there are a number of blogs posts on UI design. How To Design a Great UI A practical approach ...

I'm a big proponent of practical, usable UIs that are easy to understand and pleasant to look at. As an ongoing series, there are a number of blogs posts on UI design. How To Design a Great UI A practical approach ...

David Millington created new blog post Dave's Thoughts on UI Design - Index in Blogs 1 month ago

I'm a big proponent of practical, usable UIs that are easy to understand and pleasant to look at. As an ongoing series, there are a number of blogs posts on UI design. How To Design a Great UI A practical approach ...

Welcome back! This is the third post on a series on practical UI design, an approach to creating usable, good-looking UIs when you are not a UX expert. In Part 1, we looked at some ...

Welcome back! This is the third post on a series on practical UI design, an approach to creating usable, good-looking UIs when you are not a UX expert. In Part 1, we looked at some ...

David Millington created new blog post How To Design a Great UI - Part 3 in Blogs 1 month ago

Welcome back! This is the third post on a series on practical UI design, an approach to creating usable, good-looking UIs when you are not a UX expert. In Part 1, we looked at some ...

David Millington created new blog post C++ Libraries in GetIt: MurmurHash 3 in Blogs 1 month ago

An ongoing project we have is to ensure more popular, well-known C++ libraries are updated to work with C++Builder, and available to you from within GetIt, our package manager. You may have seen a post earlier this year about

Welcome back! Last time, we discussed a typical UX design flow, and how to tackle this if you do not have access to a UX designer. We also looked at some key usability principles, and ...

Welcome back! Last time, we discussed a typical UX design flow, and how to tackle this if you do not have access to a UX designer. We also looked at some key usability principles, and ...

Welcome back! Last time, we discussed a typical UX design flow, and how to tackle this if you do not have access to a UX designer. We also looked at some key usability principles, and ...

Welcome back! Last time, we discussed a typical UX design flow, and how to tackle this if you do not have access to a UX designer. We also looked at some key usability principles, and ...

Last time, we discussed a typical UX design flow, and how to tackle this if you do not have access to a UX designer. We also looked at some key usability principles, and saw an example ‘bad ...

David Millington created new blog post How To Design a Great UI - Part 2 in Blogs 1 month ago

Welcome back! Last time, we discussed a typical UX design flow, and how to tackle this if you do not have access to a UX designer. We also looked at some key usability principles, and ...

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Hi Juan - sounds like the PLATFORM environment variable is set in your copy of Windows. This is a common problem on HP computers. You can find more info on solving it here: http://support.embarcadero.com/article/41743