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wp:
Oh, of course...

Maybe this: Create a new project group (in "Project" menu; should be available, if not, install package LazProjectGroups via "Install/Uninstall packages"). Add all required lpk files to the group. Make sure that the root node of the tree (at the very top) is selected, then click "Compile" - this compiles all packages. Now the IDE should know about these packages, and they should show up in the "New requirement" dialog that I mentioned in the previous post.

nimble2010:

--- Quote from: wp on November 25, 2023, 07:12:38 pm ---Oh, of course...

Maybe this: Create a new project group (in "Project" menu; should be available, if not, install package LazProjectGroups via "Install/Uninstall packages"). Add all required lpk files to the group. Make sure that the root node of the tree (at the very top) is selected, then click "Compile" - this compiles all packages. Now the IDE should know about these packages, and they should show up in the "New requirement" dialog that I mentioned in the previous post.

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Perfect, that did the job.

Thank you very much!

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