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aschubert Posted - 26 Apr 2007 : 16:08:29
I have developed a program that runs and looks fine on my laptop. When I deploy it to a machine with a CTR instead of a LCD screen, the graphs are not placed as they were. The lables and buttons I place on the form are correct, but the scroll graph isn't. I have 2 scroll graphs, one for a thermistor and another for another thernmistor. the top graph is OK, but the bottom graph is too low on the CTR. I have tried this on 2 different computers and it is the same on each, but on my laptop LCD everything is fine.

Any suggestions?

Al

Al Schubert
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dmyancich Posted - 03 May 2007 : 09:36:42
I have had a similar experience.
I developed on a laptop, and the controls/graphs were located differently on a CRT.
I discovered that my laptop was set for 120 DPI, and the CRT was set for 96 DPI.
When I changed CRT to 120 DPI everything was fine.
aschubert Posted - 26 Apr 2007 : 16:52:38
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Originally posted by quinncurtis

The graphs are placed where you place them, though there are many ways to place them. Some methods are going to be device independent (independent of the screen resolution) and others aren't. It may be that you place the .Net Buttons and Labels using device dependent methods, and our graphs using device independent methods.

So you must describe and show exactly how you place the graphs in the parent form, and explain why the graphs are not being placed where you specify.


Thanks fro your quick response, I'll try to figure it out
quinncurtis Posted - 26 Apr 2007 : 16:20:44
The graphs are placed where you place them, though there are many ways to place them. Some methods are going to be device independent (independent of the screen resolution) and others aren't. It may be that you place the .Net Buttons and Labels using device dependent methods, and our graphs using device independent methods.

So you must describe and show exactly how you place the graphs in the parent form, and explain why the graphs are not being placed where you specify.

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