Installation of OraDeveloperTools screws up gui language

Installation of OraDeveloperTools screws up gui language

Postby a-s-z » Wed 02 Sep 2009 08:49

Hello,

the installation of OraDeveloperTools screws up the gui language of Rad Studio 2009.
- Many menu entries do not show german captions anymore.
- Options dialog shows "duplicate" entries in different languages (e.g. "Debugger-Optionen" and "Debugger Options")
- Debugger context menu is missing some menu entries (e.g. "Fehlersuche-Untersuchen")

When uninstalling OraDeveloperTools, everything goes normal again.

How do I solve the problem?
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Postby Tyro » Tue 08 Sep 2009 13:39

Hello,

we have installed RAD Studio 2009 and OraDeveloper Tools on a bare Windows XP System with German GUI. Everything works fine.
It seems, you have some third-party tools installed like DelphiSpeedUp, which may cause such effect. Don't you? And what is the exact version of OraDeveloper Tools you use?
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Postby a-s-z » Wed 09 Sep 2009 15:31

Hello,

Tyro wrote:Hello,
we have installed RAD Studio 2009 and OraDeveloper Tools on a bare Windows XP System with German GUI. Everything works fine.
It seems, you have some third-party tools installed like DelphiSpeedUp, which may cause such effect. Don't you? And what is the exact version of OraDeveloper Tools you use?


Thanks for the tip, I am using several wizards. OraDeveloper Tools seem to conflict with IDEFixPack.
I am using OraDeveloper Tools version 2.55 build 149.
Is it possible to resolve the conflict? What is the reason for this behavior?
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Postby Tyro » Wed 09 Sep 2009 16:24

Well, it's hard to give you exact aswer. In our product we use both managed and unmanaged interfaces for the interoperability with RAD Studio, but some of third-party wizards somehow could break the managed part of it, as they hack unmanaged API calls. Once we have contacted DelphiSpeedUp's author with it, and he fixed similar problem in his program. But we are not going to chase every single third-party developer culpable. Anyway, we'll test OraDeveloper Tools with IDEFixPack tomorrow and announce our verdict.
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Tyro

Postby Tyro » Thu 10 Sep 2009 13:21

We have installed "IDE Fix Pack 2.7 for RAD Studio 2009 Update 3" and now we can assert, that this pack is the culprit. The only this you can do is to submit this problem to Embarcadero Corp.
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Re: Tyro

Postby a-s-z » Tue 29 Sep 2009 05:35

Hello Tyro,

Tyro wrote:We have installed "IDE Fix Pack 2.7 for RAD Studio 2009 Update 3" and now we can assert, that this pack is the culprit. The only this you can do is to submit this problem to Embarcadero Corp.


I have contacted the author of VCLFixPack and he has confirmed the flaw. He has published a new version and this works without problems.
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Postby Tyro » Tue 29 Sep 2009 08:12

That's good, one glitch less :)
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