The new messages window is a disaster Hopefully for the next release it reverts back to normal top to bottom scrolling.
TMainIDE.ParseCmdLineOptions: PrimaryConfigPath="/home/percy/.lazarus" SecondaryConfigPath="/etc/lazarus"Looking for code tools config file: "/home/percy/.lazarus/codetoolsoptions.xml"NOTE: codetools config file not found - using defaultsNOTE: help options config file not found - using defaultsAskIfLoadLastFailingProject STARTAskIfLoadLastFailingProject END TrueTApplication.HandleException List index (0) out of bounds Stack trace: $00000000004F146CNOTE: Window with stalled focus found!, faking focus-out eventLAZARUS END - cleaning up ...[TMainIDE.Destroy] A [TMainIDE.Destroy] B -> inherited Destroy... TMainIDE[TMainIDE.Destroy] END
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Quote from: valdir.marcos on February 17, 2015, 07:45:35 amPart of the community hates anchor docking, other part loves it, and there is even who does not care.Should anchor docking really be default when even Delphi 2010 made it way back by easing the way to developers get back the look and fell of Delphi 7?I don't care what Delphi does but I also think most appeal of docking is about fashion and hype.I personally like to have 2 editor windows from top to bottom of screen, to see as much code as possible. I let some windows to overlap a little to maximize screen usage.Now AnchorDocking is not usable because the form designer is not dockable, but even if it was usable I would still use separate windows.Many people seem to think docking is a must-have feature, I think it has maybe 25% real usability and 75% hype.
Part of the community hates anchor docking, other part loves it, and there is even who does not care.Should anchor docking really be default when even Delphi 2010 made it way back by easing the way to developers get back the look and fell of Delphi 7?
So far so good on Win8.1.The new messages window is a disaster Hopefully for the next release it reverts back to normal top to bottom scrolling.And no silly colored lines at the top of the window that are out of context.
I installed RC1 on Windows 7 64.The menu is strange. I see Englisch and Dutch in the same menu. It should be Dutch (In 1.2.6 the menu's are Dutch).
Hi, I've been using FPC on Windows for a long time but first time using Lazarus (I last tried a few years ago and the Windows version wasn't up to scratch, but I've heard it's much improved now).First question - and sorry if this is already answered somewhere but I trawled through the options pages and FAQs and everything with no success. How can I make the IDE take up the whole screen? Double-clicking the IDE window just snaps it to the top of the screen, but my desktop shows through anywhere that's not covered by the other windows. Double clicking the source editor *does* go fullscreen but it obscures all the other Windows, which makes it useless. I can try painstakingly lining up each window to exactly touch all of the others, but it feels fragile and breaks the instant the desktop resolution changes (which I do a lot). Is there a way to make all the windows 'panes' or 'panels' of a fullscreen window, like Visual Studio or SlickEdit or Eclipse or any other IDE?It might sound minor but honestly I can't use it while my desktop is poking through at me. It feels like I'm developing in a dialog box.
...Now AnchorDocking is not usable because the form designer is not dockable, but even if it was usable I would still use separate windows.Many people seem to think docking is a must-have feature, I think it has maybe 25% real usability and 75% hype.
Also, I could not place the buttons and control toolbars vertically. For me it is okay, but I suppose it would be usable for those who use wide/short screens.
What I do not like is, that in the Palette tab of the Components window/panel branches cannot collapse. If they could, they would need collapse/ show all buttons or popup menus.