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Posted on 2004-10-01
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I have D6Pro installed on my system, but in ToolsApi I don't have couple files :  EditIntf, ExpInt, ToolIntf .....

Where are these files ? I forgot something on install ? This are move somewhere else on D6 ?
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Are you upgrading from an older Delphi?

I believe the units names have been changed and rearranged. There's now DesignIntF, DesignEditors, DesignWindows, DesignConst, DesignMenus.

You'll probably have to poke around or check the help files to find the method, interface or declaration you need.
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