Delphi XE3 Released

This week Embarcadero (Borland in the old days) released the latest version of their flagship product, Delphi XE3. One of the major issues in the earlier version, XE2, was the problem of fuzzy fonts when displaying text, particularly in the TMemo component. This made it almost impossible to produce professional quality applications using the Firemonkey framework. I am glad to say that XE3 appears to have fixed this issue. Shown below are two images of the FM2 TMemo component using the AquaGraphite style, notice that the fonts are crisp.

One odd effect but which can be easily ignored is a band of very light blue (246,263,255) when using the default style, see the image below:

Over all this is very news of us TMemo users.

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