I'm just disappointed that general GUI guidelines have been violated, making the IDE just a bit more annoying and less easy to use."If it ain't broke don't fix it..."
(Windows) Previously when changing projects I "close all"
open the .lpi for the project I am going to work with
Setup AnchorDocking and AnchorDockingDsgn packages. Laz will be recompiled. In the first time it'll look like shit then tweak your layout and in the tools menu save the default layout. See this link
Quote from: eny on February 17, 2015, 03:21:54 pmThe new messages window is a disaster Hopefully for the next release it reverts back to normal top to bottom scrolling.Should it stop using all available CPU cores with threads and revert back to a single thread?
The new messages window is a disaster Hopefully for the next release it reverts back to normal top to bottom scrolling.
Some people would like to switch on or off this feature. I would like having it switched on only if pastel background colors were used instead of current colors which are too strong and too much distracting by default settings.
It is all configurable!Funny how the coolest, most profound improvement of the whole 1.4 release is considered a bad thing by many people.
It is not fully customizable. Please add the option to change the color and size of text.
; use e.g. ; fpcup --inifile=settings.ini --inisection=devfull
newski made a cool patch for Linux 1.5 full-dev, so that the extra mouse buttons work.too bad, this patch did not make it into the 1.4 RC yet...
Quote from: mai on February 20, 2015, 09:07:15 pmnewski made a cool patch for Linux 1.5 full-dev, so that the extra mouse buttons work.Is it in trunk? Or on the bugtracker?
newski made a cool patch for Linux 1.5 full-dev, so that the extra mouse buttons work.