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NicoG Posted - 16 Oct 2017 : 11:34:52
Madam, Sir,

I have an issue which depends of the preference of Windows 10 display.
In windows 10 display parameters, a scale parameter can be modified from 100% to 125, 150 or 175%. This allows to enlarge the visualization for the user.

When I choose another value than 100%, the cursor on the chart is not displayed where the mouse is. There is an important horizontal and vertical shift.

I cannot force the user to put 100% value.
Do you have an idea to solve this problem ?

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quinncurtis Posted - 17 Oct 2017 : 10:19:19
In earlier revisions the only solution was to require that 100% be used in the Windows 10 screen display. The .Net XOR routines, which we used, did not work correctly for other values. In the current version of the software, we eliminated the use of all .Net XOR routines, and now the software works at all magnifications. If you purchased your software within the last two years you can upgrade to the current version for free using your original download link, sent to you at the time of your order. If you are outside the two year window you can upgrade for a reduced price. Use the same link to get to the upgrade ordering page.

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