Funny... Mulder is digging though bookcase, there is old Yellow and Blue Borland User's Guide on the shelf
How can RadioGroup be rendered without a border, just the radio buttons?
I am sure this has been asked before, probably 15 years ago, but the forum is long wasted.
That POS won't accept login.
Emb needs a new webbie.
Remy is correct, as usual, Embarcadero.
Get your head out of your ass and re-enable forums.embarcadero.com
This "community" sucks. It sucks, Embarcadero, horribly.
It has 0 organization, plus the fact that the hundreds of prior postings on forums are not available here, for reference.
Lastly, this web interface is, like RAD, a code bloat.
It is a DOG, embarcadero. Face it. You blew it putting this junk heap up.
Have you no sense, anymore?
I dont think too many know. This place is a total mess.
Embarcadero, go restart the forums.embarcadero.com. All you have to do is plug in the power cord, connect the rj45, and press the power button.
This "community" followed by "forum", is a pathetic, jumbled up mess, not unlike XE and quality.
Equialently, docwiki.embarcadero.com seems to be SOL DAID FU
Seattle 10.1 C++ flavor, I do the common operation to add a resource file, containing a couple of icons, to the project.
Project | Add to Project | and select the .res file.
IDE explains how this is a mistake of some sort, providing this message:
"Access violation at address 21EECE3F in module 'delphicoreide230.bpl'. Read of address 00000044."
Is this normal operation of this "world class" IDE?
What should the correct message be?
How to add a simple resource file to my project.
Thanks in advance.
In the IDE, I place the cursor on a VCL function name and press F1 hoping to get the help for the function, showing function parameter types, and return type.
Instead, I get a useless help screen showing how to use the Code Editor.
This is Seattle 10.1.
Anyone know how to get the F1 keystroke to provide useful help for the VCL function name the cursor is on top of?