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  1. jaromir

    UniGUI Theme Pack Update Package (-x30)

    Gerhard in new uni-dusk theme grid header is different. Font is orange which - only at this theme. In my opinion previous was better. In all other themes grid header font is dark. Is it easy to change to previous ? Edit: And there is a problem with combobox at FireFox.
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    UniGUI Theme Pack Update Package (-x30)

    I’m really suprised about so small response here. I don’t know how many persons use this theme pack but for me this is MUST HAVE !!! It’s like devexpress for delphi.
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    UniGUI Theme Pack Update Package (-x30)

    I love You Gerhard. Great news.
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    TUniImage Draw and Update

    Hello nimarufa, I use Your code to replace TUniCanvas which makes GDI leaks for me. I think that You don't need to create var image. It is enough to call (after png save): UniSession.AddJS(Format('ajaxRequest(%s, "ImageUpdated", ["ImageUrl=%s"]);', [fFrame.JSName, lUrl])); And in Ajax frame event: if SameText(EventName, 'ImageUpdated') then UniSession.AddJS(Format('document.getElementById("preloaded_image").src = "%s";', [Params.Values['ImageUrl']])); So it is not necessary to create global url variable.
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    GDI Objects count

    Thank You.
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    GDI Objects count

    Can someone tell me what is Your GDI Objects count ? How many sessions peak and uptime ?
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    GDI Objects count

    Hello, What is Your real GDI Objects count ? In my simple app (max 12 sessions) after 11 days it is more than 700. But it still growing day by day. Maybe I have some leaks at 3rd party code ? Should this objects count be smaller and greater according to sessions count ? Thanks.
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    Active form class name / caption / name

    I made this this way. But this is workaround. I'm pretty sure that better way exists. TDMMain = class(TUniGUIMainModule) private { Private declarations } fLastFormInstanceClassName: String; public { Public declarations } function GetFormInstance(const InClass: TClass): TComponent; end; function TDMMain.GetFormInstance(const InClass: TClass): TComponent; begin fLastFormInstanceClassName := InClass.ClassName; Result := inherited GetFormInstance(InClass); end; TDMServer = class(TUniGUIServerModule) procedure UniGUIServerModuleException(Sender: TUniGUIMainModule; AException: Exception; var Handled: Boolean); end; procedure TDMServer.UniGUIServerModuleException(Sender: TUniGUIMainModule; AException: Exception; var Handled: Boolean); begin SendEmailMessage(DMMain.LastFormInstanceClassName, AException.ClassName, AException.Message); end;
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    Active form class name / caption / name

    As described above. I send debug e-mail from OnException server module event handler. In this e-mail I want to put window name / class name where exception was raised. Is it clear ?
  10. Hello, Is it possible to know actual (topmost) window name / class name / caption ? I'm hook my debug email system at DMServer.OnException and I want to know which app window has problem.. Thanks
  11. jaromir

    Update to UniGUI Add-on Theme Pack 1

    GerhardV, I'm also very interested in.
  12. I think that UniGui is mostly GUI. If You don’t need Gui there is a lot of better option. First (which i use) is remobject sdk. You can make any web server as You wish with this tool.
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    unidbgrid direct input

    I agree as well. I use dev express grid and my customers use keys + tab to enter data. As well last column tab should add new row. It is very important for us.
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    GarbageCollector class - what do you think?

    One more thing. You have to place dll from FastMM bin next to Your exe. It is something like FullDebug...dll.
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    GarbageCollector class - what do you think?

    Hello Stan I’m not at screen at this moment so I give You only brief. First You have to enable FullDebugMode in FastMM configuration file. You have to remove dot at proper line. Next You have to enable „include debug info” at compilator options. After next build You can execute app. During app close, if any leak will be detected You will see detailed log file with code lines whitch makes leaks. Don’t forget to disable including debug info in next builds because it makes exe much more bigger in size. Best regards Jaromir
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