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LCL / Re: How to detect if a messagedlg is showing?
« Last post by ASerge on Today at 06:57:39 pm »
Application dialogs - by (Application.ModalLevel > 0). System dialogs - using System API.

My fault: I mean the dialog shown by MessageDlg() or ShowMessage() functions.
So Application.ModalLevel > 0.
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Networking and Web Programming / Re: Issue with Lnet on mac (Sierra)
« Last post by MarkMLl on Today at 06:54:23 pm »
Which lNet example are you using, and have you looked at the fcl-net examples in the FPC source I pointed you at (via the wiki page)?

Are you absolutely sure that your lNet code was invoking CallAction()?

I'm unhappy that Online Package Manager is fetching unsupported code without a health warning. I was trying to persuade one of the core developers that the lNet documentation should be made available via the main FPC documentation page but he refused because "lNet isn't part of FPC", but this really is a support nightmare.

MarkMLl
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LCL / Re: How to detect if a messagedlg is showing?
« Last post by Bart on Today at 06:53:52 pm »
Application dialogs - by (Application.ModalLevel > 0). System dialogs - using System API.

My fault: I mean the dialog shown by MessageDlg() or ShowMessage() functions.

Bart
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LCL / Re: How to detect if a messagedlg is showing?
« Last post by Bart on Today at 06:52:37 pm »
Presuming your question is on Windows ...

I'ld prefer a cross platform solution, I use that app on both Windows and Linux.

... and that the MessageDlg is owned by your application (not the desktop for instance)

The MesssageDlg is just that: a call to the function MessageDlg(), GOK if the resulting form/dialog is owned by me or by some other "thing" in my system.

Bart
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LCL / Re: How to detect if a messagedlg is showing?
« Last post by Bart on Today at 06:49:13 pm »
There is

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  1. function GetCurrentModalForm: TCustomForm;

That simply returns nil, wether or not I have a MessageDlg() showing.

Bart
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Audio and Video / Re: Linux bass hell
« Last post by pcurtis on Today at 06:42:25 pm »
@Tron - It works - Youre the man
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General / Re: Transparent form
« Last post by Mr.Madguy on Today at 06:28:16 pm »
I had my screensaver-like flying triangle OpenGL program long time ago, but I've lost it's code and it's very complex, so I don't have time to recreate it in a nearest future.
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Android / Re: <SOLVED> INDY 10 And LAMW
« Last post by bmcsoft on Today at 06:26:20 pm »
I would 100% recommend the static libs !

I put "libiconv.a" in a JNI-folder. Compiled successfully. On Android8 it's crashed when starting app.
On Android10 compiled application starts normally, but when I press jButton on the main form and dynamically create TIdUDPServer and trying to send packet - it's crashed also.

That is an extremely old version of Indy, you really should not use it.  I'd rather understand why the latest version is not working for you so it can be fixed.

I need to use Android7 and Android8 devices for my working app.
Should I use the old version Indy 10.2.0.3 anyway?

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Audio and Video / Re: Linux bass hell
« Last post by TRon on Today at 06:20:47 pm »
Hi pcurtis,

Yeah, Windows, not Windows, handles vs pointers...  :)

try:
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  1.   if not BASS_Init(-1, 44100, 0, Pointer(Handle), nil) then showMessage ('Error');
  2.  
And let us know if that worked for you or not...
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Free Pascal / Re: FPC 3.2.0 Released !
« Last post by marcov on Today at 06:14:50 pm »
How can I find out which bugs are fixed in the 3.2.0 and which are not?

The only hard way is getting the list of revisions eligible for merging of the 3.2.0 branch.

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In which FPC version will these bug fixes be merged?

In the next major version, unless a maintainer merges it, or has somebody else merge it. 
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