[Lazarus] Lazarus IDE crash on Centos 5.3 x86

Carlos German Tejero german_tejero at yahoo.com.ar
Mon May 4 23:17:08 CEST 2009

On Friday 01 May 2009 22:35, Felipe Monteiro de Carvalho wrote:
> Hello,
> Does anyone the difference between TFont.Height and TFont.Size?
> It seams to me that Height is measured in pixels and Size is some
> other unit which I don't know. Even worse, it doesn't seam to be an
> international system unit, but rather an american unit (some fraction
> of inches).
> The Delphi docs say:
> "Use Size to specify the point size of the font. If the value is
> negative, the internal leading that appears at the top of each line of
> text is included. If the value is positive, Size represents the height
> of the characters but not the internal leading.
> To determine the size of the font in pixels, use the Height property
> instead. The value of Size can be obtained from the height in pixels
> using this formula:
> Copy Code
> Font.Size = -Font.Height * 72 / Font.PixelsPerInch
> When the Size property has a positive value, the Height property has a
> negative value. When the Height property has a positive value, the
> Size property has a negative value. "
> A rather exoteric property IMHO. Or yet another Windowsism in Delphi

No, it's not Windowsism, qt have the same thing on all platforms.

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