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Posted - 01 Jun 2005 :  09:38:00  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I'm programming in VB 6 and I use a scrollX1 graph. When I look at the form with the graph on one of my computer nothing is plotted on the graph. This computer have Windows 2000, VB6, SP 5. When I look at the same program on my other computer it plots some randomize (I think) values.
I have VB 6, SP6 and Windows NT on that computer. It plots these values no matter if the program runs or not. The diffrence I could notice is that the Data Simulation Mode is checked on this computer and it can only be temporary unchecked. When I try to plot my values with UpdateDynData it doesn't work. It continues plotting its own values. When I used VB 5 on my NT computer it worked like it should and it didn't plot by itself and I could plot my values. Why?


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Posted - 01 Jun 2005 :  09:55:18  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
If your software is from 1996 you should purchase a current version, since versions from 1996-1999 may not run properly on operating systems later than Windows 98. You can order that for $75 from our download web site at http://quinn-curtis.com/Ordering.htm.

It sounds like you may have a demo version of the scrollx.ocx control registered on the computer, that version only works in simulation mode. What happens when you reinstall the software from the original master and run our Simple or Scroll example programs.
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