|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.
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Component File I/O (streaming) Routines v.1.03||FWS
||12 Mar 2003
|By JoyHouse Multimedia. This unit enables you to write and read (a) component(s) to/from a file. The file formats can be a windows resource file, some kind of DFM file (object binary) or a DFM object text file. To read or write a component, it's using Delphi's component streaming capabilities. Just select some components you want to store and everthing is going automaticly. It is easy to use and a good way to store the settings of whole forms or just several components. You will never ever need any registery, ini-files or databases anymore to store settings of a program.|
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Delphi5 AppBuilderWindow Invisibilty Bug Fix ||FW
||16 May 2000
|By JoyHouse Multimedia. There is a problem with Delphi 5, the TAppBuilder window is invisble on a Windows 95 (B release) with nor Delphi 4 installed. Delphi 5 Update Pack #1 is also installed. Here is a Delphi 5 program that can fix this problem (temporarily).|
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