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Archive for July 2nd, 2019

[RSP-19007] Form ScaleConstraints Fail – Embarcadero Technologies

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/07/02

[WayBack] [RSP-19007] Form ScaleConstraints Fail – Embarcadero Technologies

Via [WayBack] +Uwe Raabe Did Embarcadero fix TControl.ScaleConstraints() in the latest version? Do you have a patch for that? Simply changing the properties Min* agai… – Attila Kovacs – Google+

Fix: [WayBackpisil.de/Patch.ScaleConstraints.pas 

// Workaround for TControl.ScaleConstraints bug
// Usage:
// Put "PatchScaleConstraints;" into the dpr right after "Application.Initialize;"

–jeroen

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Interesting thread on how to approach Hi-DPI and DPI changes with FMX in Delphi

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/07/02

Interesting read: [WayBack] Is there an “How-To Guide: Upgrading Your Delphi FMX Applications To Support 4K Displays” out there ? I’ve only found VCL examples… – Stéphane Wierzbicki – Google+

–jeroen

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As true today as it was when the book was written. “The psychology of computer programming” by @JerryWeinberg, 1971.

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/07/02

@ingorammer on Twitter [WayBack] a while back:

As true today as it was when the book was written. “The psychology of computer programming” by @JerryWeinberg, 1971:

Specifications evolve together with programs and programmers. Writing a programis a process of learning – both for the programmer and the person who commissions the program. Morover, this learning takes place in the context of a particular machine, a particular programming language, a particular programmer or programming team in a particular working environment, and a particular set of historical events that determine not just the form of the code but also what the code does!

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–jeroen

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