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New FastReport VCL 5.2 released
New FastReport VCL 5.2 released

    We've added new export filter to SVG format. Now you can also reset properties to parents in inherited report – with a whole report or a single object. PDF export became transparent.

    Report designer gained a selection mode and became more flexible. We've also added multi-selection for data tree and ability to drag whole dataset.

    Even more – here

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IDKSM Search Engine v.1.4SW 1422 k 21 Jan 1999
By Miracle Concepts, Inc.. IDKSM is a full text search engine designed to use HTML and ASCII files. It comes with an Indexer to process the files and several version of Runtime Engines to process the
indexed database. The release has some of these features:
  • Indexer to process files and build the indexed database
  • DCUs for Delphi 1 & 3 Runtime Engines
  • DLL for use with any DLL compatible language or application (such as Microsoft Word)
  • Java Applet Runtime Engine
  • Class files for use in Java applications
  • Source code supplied for all Runtime Engine front ends
  • Java Servlet CGI
  • Windows Web Server CGI
  • Capable of indexing over 65,000 files
  • The Indexer can link to any kind of file: PDF, RTF, GIF, WAV, MPEG, etc.
  • Supports several European languages
  • Many more features...

 
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