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Using Delphi 10 Seattle, I tried to install (for the first time) the latest version of your components ('fgx_0.7.0.69.zip') following the instructions that you gave here. Unfortunately, I do not speak Russian and I ran into problems. Would you be kind enough to tell what I am doing wrong?

 

Here are the steps that I followed:

  1. I downloaded your file ('fgx_0.7.0.69.zip') and extracted its content into the following folder:

    folder_zpsgrnlcezo.jpg
     
  2. I launched Delphi 10 Seattle, opened 'FGXGroup.groupproj' and attempted to Build project 'fgx230.'

    step-1_zpsjawywyjp.jpg
     
  3. I got the following error:

    step-2.2_zpsucxk12rc.jpg
     
  4. I then changed the following from:

    step-2.1_zpsytcz2ksv.jpg

    to:

    step-2.3_zpsb9zfct4m.jpg
     
  5. After the change, I was able to successfully Build project 'fgx230'
     
  6. Then I attempted to Install package 'dclfgx230'

    step-3.1_zpsyq37bfxd.jpg

     
  7. I got the following error:

    step-3.2_zpsmx01twst.jpg

     

This is where I am stuck and would appreciate your help. Thank you.

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After further reading, I was finally able to install the 'FGX' components onto my 'Delphi 10 Seattle' IDE. In case, it might help someone else, here is what I did (keeping in mind that I did have an older version of the components previously installed on my computer):

  1. After downloading the 'fgx_0.7.0.69.zip' file, I unzipped it into the following folder ('C:\Delphi 10 Seattle\Third-Party Tools\FGX 0.7.0.69').
     
  2. Using a regular text editor, I opened the file named 'fgx.dproj' (located in my 'C:\Delphi 10 Seattle\Third-Party Tools\FGX 0.7.0.69\Library' folder). Within this file, I replaced all occurrences of '190' with '230' as well as '210' with '230'. Then I saved the file.
     
  3. Using a regular text editor, I opened the file named 'dclfgx.dproj' (located in my 'C:\Delphi 10 Seattle\Third-Party Tools\FGX 0.7.0.69\Design' folder). Within this file, I replaced all occurrences of '210' with '230'. Then I saved the file.
     
  4. I launched 'Delphi 10 Seattle' and opened the group project named 'FGXGroup.groupproj'.
     
  5. In 'Project Manager', I verified that 'fgx230.bpl' was active in 'Debug' configuration:

    2.%20fgx230.bpl_zpsovmfmlci.jpg
     
  6. I right-mouse clicked on 'fgx230.bpl' and selected 'Options...'.
     
  7. Within the 'DCP output directory' box of the 'Delphi Compiler' option, I replaced the '$(BDSLIB)\$(PLATFORM)\$(CONFIG)' entry with 'C:\Delphi 10 Seattle\Third-Party Tools\FGX 0.7.0.69\Library\$(PLATFORM)\$(CONFIG)'. Then I copied this new entry into the 'Package output directory' and the 'Unit output directory' boxes:

    3.2%20fgx230.bpl%20-%20Options%20-%20Com
     
  8. I did the same as above (#7) for the 'Release' configuration:

    3.2%20fgx230.bpl%20-%20Options%20-%20Com
     
  9. Back in 'Debug' configuration, I set the 'Build control' of the 'Description' option to 'Rebuild as needed':

    3.3%20fgx230.bpl%20-%20Options%20-%20Des
     
  10. Then I built and installed 'fgx230.bpl':

    4.1%20fgx230.bpl%20-%20Build_zpsioif4ex0                 4.2%20fgx230.bpl%20-%20Install_zpszrp0go
     
  11. In 'Project Manager', I activated file 'dclfgx230.bpl' in 'Debug' configuration:

    5.%20dclfgx230.bpl_zpsjzy75j4f.jpg
     
  12. I set the content of the 'DCP output directory', 'Package output directory' and 'Unit output directory' boxes of the 'Delphi Compiler' option to 'C:\Delphi 10 Seattle\Third-Party Tools\FGX 0.7.0.69\Library\$(PLATFORM)\$(CONFIG)'.

    I also set the 'Search path' of the 'Delphi Compiler' option to 'C:\Delphi 10 Seattle\Third-Party Tools\FGX 0.7.0.69\Library':

    5.2%20dclfgx230.bpl%20-%20Options%20-%20
     
  13. Then I set the 'Build control' of the 'Description' option to 'Rebuild as needed':

    5.%20dclfgx230.bpl_zpsjzy75j4f.jpg
     
  14. Finally, I installed 'dclfgx230.bpl'.
     
  15. If everything worked properly, the 'FGX' components should now be part of your IDE.

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Using Delphi 10 Seattle, I tried to install (for the first time) the latest version of your components ('fgx_0.7.0.69.zip') following the instructions that you gave here. Unfortunately, I do not speak Russian and I ran into problems. Would you be kind enough to tell what I am doing wrong?

 

Here are the steps that I followed:

  1. I downloaded your file ('fgx_0.7.0.69.zip') and extracted its content into the following folder:

    folder_zpsgrnlcezo.jpg

     

  2. I launched Delphi 10 Seattle, opened 'FGXGroup.groupproj' and attempted to Build project 'fgx230.'

    step-1_zpsjawywyjp.jpg

     

  3. I got the following error:

    step-2.2_zpsucxk12rc.jpg

     

  4. I then changed the following from:

    step-2.1_zpsytcz2ksv.jpg

    to:

    step-2.3_zpsb9zfct4m.jpg

     

  5. After the change, I was able to successfully Build project 'fgx230'

     

  6. Then I attempted to Install package 'dclfgx230'

    step-3.1_zpsyq37bfxd.jpg

     

  7. I got the following error:

    step-3.2_zpsmx01twst.jpg

     

This is where I am stuck and would appreciate your help. Thank you.

Start RAD Studio with administrator rights to install the library

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eu uso Delphi XE 10 Satellite o fgx_0.7.1.74 instalou sem problemas, o caminho do Library ta ok, mas os componentes do fgx_0.7.1.74 não estão aparecendo na palheta de componentes.

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