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I installed Delphi 10.3 Community.
For my new projects the default platform is 32-bit Windows. I'd like to change in 64 bits but the command 'Add Platform' in the Projet Explorer ("platforms" node) is not available (it is disabled). When I run theTools -> Manage Platforms command, the dialog shows that 64-bit Delphi Windows Community is installed. So, why the command 'Add Platform' is grayed ?
Does this help?
Thank for your answer but this link doesn't help me because the 64-bit platform is already installed for me (information displayed by the platform manager).
Did you check to make sure that the Win64 platform is included in your project's .dproj file and is enabled?
I don't understand. I must edit the project's .dproj file ?I do only:- File->New VCL Application (or New Console Application)- I right Click on Platform node to execute "Add Platform" commandIt is not the way to create a 64 bits application ?
I have the same problem with Android and IOS, even though the platforms are installed I can't add them in new projects. Even new multi-device projects its not available to add.
I have a little news: if Delphi is executed with administrator rights then the "Add Platform" command is available but with my user rights the command is disabled.
So, I think it is an access permission problem. But how to fix this problem ?
C.E. is free. Free tools no have the same option to full price tools. C.E. not support 64bit - that was the purpose of the Embt.
Andrzej N60260 said:C.E. not support 64bit
Yes, it does.
Yes of course. At the Delphi Community (free) installation, you can choose several Community platforms:
- Windows 64-bits Community - Windows 32-bits Community - macOS Community - IOS Community - Android Community
I don't know how to solve my problem. Nobody has the same problem ?