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Record field Allignment

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Hello,

 

We just purchased a license for UNIGUI and we converted 2 existing exexutables from Win64 to UniGUI. The result is awesome! Thank you all!

 

I just noticed that specifically the indy components are pre-compiled using record field allignment Quad. And our software is compiled with byte.

 

I can change our programs by putting the word packed in front of all the records (about 1500 records) and it will work but i was wondering if there is any other way. 

 

Also i found a bug in Sencha where if you have a UNIMAINMENU and the UNIMAINMENUOPTIONS contain a checkbox, if you set the check option then it popups with a script error "There is no setChecked method for this object".

 

Thank you very much for any ideas or resolutions regarding this issue.

 

Nick

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Hi,

 

Thank you!

 

First of all please visit here:

http://forums.unigui.com/index.php?/topic/6291-new-users-please-adjust-your-forum-email-address/

 

 

Also i found a bug in Sencha where if you have a UNIMAINMENU and the UNIMAINMENUOPTIONS contain a checkbox, if you set the check option then it popups with a script error "There is no setChecked method for this object".
 
Can you clarify ?

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My email address is added to our account. Thank you very much for your assistance on this.

 

Now, back to the issue with the script error, we are using a "UniMainMenu" and this menu is consist from several options and sub menus which are "UNIMENUITEMS", If you set the UNIMENUITEM.checked = true; from Delphi IDE when it produce the page on the browser you get a script/ajax error which says: " Object doesn't support property or method 'setChecked' " and the object is the UNIMENUITEM which we previously in Delphi we set this as

"UNIMENUITEM.checked = true;".

 

In case you need more details or even print screens, please do not hesitate to ask for it.

Thank you very much

Nick

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