There are a wide variety of fonts that work great with the Xojo code editor. All are much better choices than using System or Courier! For best results, you are going to want to use a monospaced font. Read on for some of my favorites.
Month: November 2013
We have discovered what we believe to be a bug in OS X Mavericks specifically on newer Macs. Apple started using Intel’s new Haswell processor in the MacBook Air in June, the iMac in September and the MacBook Pro in October. When you build for either Windows or Linux from OS X, any images you dragged into your project are converted to BMP format. The bug we discovered (which we have reported to Apple – RADAR case 15546907) results in a banding of the converted graphic.
Today’s laptops and monitors support high resolution displays which allow you to pack more information and content on the screen. Although one common complaint is that people find the text to be too small at the maximum resolution, Windows’ solution to this is the ability for the user to adjust the DPI setting.
The Xojo IDE has some really helpful features you may not even be aware of! In the Navigator there are lots of items shown- some of which you may want to see all the time, some you may not.
Xojo ships with 5 database plugins in the Plugins folder. These plugins are what you use to connect to the following database servers and ODBC:
- Microsoft SQL Server
The ODBC database plugin allows you to connect to any database engine that supports ODBC connections.