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Posted on 2011-09-29
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I have disabled exceptionserrors when I run in debugmode.

How can I get this back, so I can see the errors?

Sorry for my stupidity.
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Delphi 6 & 7:
Open "debugger options" under the "tools" menu, then click on the Language Exceptions tab in the dialog that appears, and check the "Stop on Delphi Exceptions" option.

Delphi 2007 & Delphi 2009:
Open "Options" under the "Tools" menu, then in the dialog that appears you will have a tree view with settings... locate the setting "Debugger Options"->"CodeGear Debuggers"->"Language Exceptions", and check the "Notify on language Exceptions" option.

Delphi 2010 & later:
Open "Options" under the "Tools" menu, then in the dialog that appears you will have a tree view with settings... locate the setting "Debugger Options"->"Embarcadero Debuggers"->"Language Exceptions", and check the "Notify on language Exceptions" option.

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depends on which Delphi version

old ones : Tools -> Debuger Options -> Language Exceptions

new ones : Tools -> Options -> Debuger Options -> Embarcadero Debug -> Language Exceptions

(menus translated from french, there could be differences)
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by:epasquier
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haha /Hypo got me again !
It has been a long time since the last one. Nice to have you back !
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Yeah, :D
I've been too busy with other projects for over a year now, but I visit here every once in a while to have a look, and also to try to keep up with the 3000 points a month... It's hard sometimes though because most questions are answered within a minute... :D (The Delphi experts are working fast)

Hope you're doing fine btw :)
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