I am using the demo of mCL for XE8 downloaded today. (went back to XE8 as XE10 version not yet available)PDFView seems to work as expected until I call PDFView1.zoomin at which point there is a white band at the top of the view. When the document scrolls the band scrolls slower so it obscures the document.
I have uploaded both the project and pdf file here plus the mac compiled app:
I get the same problem with the TMSmCLDevGuide.pdf downloaded from your website. Some documents work fine.
It could indicate an incomplete or corrupt PDF File, can you try opening it in Adobe PDF to see if there are any errors reported?
I only have the free Adobe reader but no problems with my pdf or with your manual. Same with OSX.
We are unable to reproduce a white box as seen in the screenshot with the manual of mcl, when zooming in the PDF is shown correctly. Could you perhaps take a screenshot identifying the issue?
How are you zooming in as I don't see any code in the supplied demo to do it - the label says right click but my MAC only has one mouse buton and I don't see any menu on the demo form.I added 2 more buttons with the following code and I see the problem when clicking zoomin with the sample Paris shopping book:
images at www.dpsoftware.com/tms
It could be possible that this is a sideeffect of the trial label. We have retested this here with and without trial message but are still not able to reproduce this. We will further investigate this here.
Feel free to email a mac pkg file of your trial if you want me to test if its the execution or the generation thats the problem. Might resolve itself anyway with the xe10 release. Do you want a pkg of my test ?
It could be possible that this is a MAC Specific issue as the components are wrappers around native components. The demo might behave correctly on our machine, but incorrectly on your machine. Can you try with the following code in the form constructor to see if that fixes the issue or sheds a light on the issue:
Adding that line to constructor has no effect. Also get the same result on my Macbook Pro - although they both run Yosemite.
Reports 10.10.5 with no updates available.
We have further investigated this here on OSX 10.10.5 and are able to reproduce this, but it's still unclear why this doesn't happen and on earlier versions with the same code base. It seems to me that this is a OSX specific issue and it needs to be sorted out in an XCode project. We will further investigate this here and see if we can workaround this issue.