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  1. Thank You! Very much appreciated, Kind Regards. Dave
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  2. Or if you are running stand alone or service than this code: procedure TUniServerModule.UniGUIServerModuleHTTPCommand( ARequestInfo: TIdHTTPRequestInfo; AResponseInfo: TIdHTTPResponseInfo; var Handled: Boolean); begin AResponseInfo.CustomHeaders.AddValue('X-Frame-Options', 'DENY'); end;
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  3. Are you running on IIS? If yes you can add it like this: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/Headers/X-Frame-Options
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  4. Hello everyone! A while ago I looked for a component or something that made it easy to use Highcharts in Unigui but I was unsuccessful. So I decided to develop my own component to do this. After 2 months of work is in a more stable version and decided to share with the community. I remind you that Highcharts is free for personal use only. Download from github: https://github.com/andriwsluna/Unigui-Components With this component it is possible to generate a chart with only 6 lines of code. Follow : EchoHightChart1.HighChartOptions.title.text.Valu
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  5. Sure. Thanks for sharing and replying back to me! I've spend quite some time testing and working on the memory problems. Perhaps your goal was to handle this more dynamic?, but I've instead handle it more traditional. So I've added a lot of destructers on the various objects. Also to get around the reference count problem with the ChildList:TObjectlist<THighValue> I've change it not to own its objects. So I believe all leaks now are fixed. (I don't get the memory leak dialog warning any longer.) I've also done some other small changes. One thing that I found helpful wor
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