TRichView 18.6

We’ve released TRichView 18.6.

A trial version is available:
A full version can be found in the protected section of this forum (or old setups can check for updates and download new versions).

New features:

  • markdown export
  • target canvas DPI for TRVReportHelper component


Markdown a lightweight markup language with plain-text-formatting syntax.
It was designed to look like a plain text, and to be easy-to-read and easy-to-write.
While it’s easy to create Markdown using a plain text editor, a possibility to create Markdown documents using a rich text editor (like our TRichView component) is still useful.
Markdown is widely used as a format of articles and notes in CMS, issue tracking systems, web sites (including GitHub, Stackoverflow, Jira).

New methods of TRichView:
SaveMarkdownSaveMarkdownToStream – saving a whole document or a selected fragment as Markdown to a file or a stream.
New properties of TRichView:
This property is also added to ScaleRichView editor (TSRichViewEdit) and to DevExpress editor (TcxTRichViewEdit).

In RichViewActions, TrvActionExport (“File | Export” command) can export to Markdown files.

The following content can be saved:

  • text with emphasis (italic) and strong emphasis (bold) attributes (determined differently when StyleTemplates (named styles) are used)
  • headings
  • horizontal lines (“break” items)
  • multilevel bullets an numbering
  • block quotes (if StyleTemplates (named styles) are used, paragraphs of certain styles are exported as block quotes)
  • hyperlinks
  • images
  • tables (optionally)
  • footnotes (optionally)

Target DPI for TRVReportHelper

TRVReportHelper is a component used to draw documents on the specified canvas.
Before this version, this component always used the canvas pixel depth, which is either a printer or a screen DPI.
Since this version, you can assign TargetPixelsPerInch to override this DPI and make the output independent of the screen DPI.

User interface localization

Hindi translation is updated.

TRichView is an

Embarcadero Technology Partner

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