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James

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If you set the time scale to 1 second does it make the displayed part wider?
What fonts size are you using/video card? I wonder if I can find a similar computer to test with.
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Tested in VirtualBox on my mac.  Works in 7 and later, not in earlier.  Could be .net support for the more senior MS OS's.  Great tool and supporting XP and prior is probably a stretch.
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If you set the time scale to 1 second does it make the displayed part wider?
What fonts size are you using/video card? I wonder if I can find a similar computer to test with.

I'm pretty sure it was the same James, I can't really comment on this at the moment as I've burnt out a balancing charger pin so my Dna is useless at the moment, I believe I shorted it against my enclosure [frown].. I'm on my phone at the moment but how could I find out what video card it has, this is an old pc and I'm not use to windows, I use a Mac normally? Any info I could give to help you I will unless someone else who's having this problem beats me to it.
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James,

I tried and it doesn't matter, I tried different setting all no go. BTW if you try to go below 5 seconds the pop-up comes up and says [nono] I tried pushing all the buttons and it doesn't matter, but one thing I did notice, if you hit Pause then release it after a couple seconds, straight lines appear part way across the screen coming from the way points. But then it goes back to the way point reading just jumping on the right edge of the screen. 

Here's info on my computer, hope this helps.
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I was able to reproduce this on Windows 7's "Windows XP Mode".

Maybe an issue with graphics hardware acceleration? I reimplemented a draw call and fill call in software, and...
 
It's working great now. The fix will be in the next EScribe update.
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I was able to reproduce this on Windows 7's "Windows XP Mode".

Maybe an issue with graphics hardware acceleration? I reimplemented a draw call and fill call in software, and...
 
It's working great now. The fix will be in the next EScribe update.



Thank You James! [thumb]


P.S. Wish we could give Likes for posts on this forum. [smile]
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Okay. I've posted it in Early Firmware. Let me know how it works for you! [smile]

Good night,

James
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It's working perfectly James! You da man! Thank you!!
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Okay. I've posted it in Early Firmware. Let me know how it works for you! [smile]

Good night,

James

Thanks for this James, I will be sorting my mod out later so I will let you know.
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Thanks James, working fine now
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Okay. I've posted it in Early Firmware. Let me know how it works for you! [smile]

Good night,

James


Yes James!! Your a star [thumb][thumb]
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I wasn't going to download this but after reading the release notes and seeing the changes to keep last window size and options in Device Monitor, I downloaded and installed it. Works great on my Win7 pc. It's great to see changes implemented so quickly. 

James - Thanks for all your hard work!!!
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