1024 * 768 Resolution? 
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 1024 * 768 Resolution?

Hi!
I have prodused my c++ program in 1024*768 resolution, but my friends using
800*600. They can only see parts of window (My dialog program).
How To create code, and automaticly start program undepending on computers
resolution?
Very greateful if anybody have any tip!

Regards G?ran




Tue, 01 May 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 1024 * 768 Resolution?
What I've done in the past to solve this is to design my dialogs while
running my PC at 640x480 resolution.  I then test the dialogs on the
following resolutions:  640x480, 800x600, 1024x768, 1280x1024.

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Quote:

>Hi!
>I have prodused my c++ program in 1024*768 resolution, but my friends using
>800*600. They can only see parts of window (My dialog program).
>How To create code, and automaticly start program undepending on computers
>resolution?
>Very greateful if anybody have any tip!

>Regards G?ran





Tue, 01 May 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 1024 * 768 Resolution?
may be in oninitdialog check the resolution using getdeviceCaps and then
resize dialog and controls accordingly

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Quote:

>Hi!
>I have prodused my c++ program in 1024*768 resolution, but my friends using
>800*600. They can only see parts of window (My dialog program).
>How To create code, and automaticly start program undepending on computers
>resolution?
>Very greateful if anybody have any tip!

>Regards G?ran





Wed, 02 May 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 1024 * 768 Resolution?


Quote:
>What I've done in the past to solve this is to design my dialogs while
>running my PC at 640x480 resolution.  I then test the dialogs on the
>following resolutions:  640x480, 800x600, 1024x768, 1280x1024.


>>Hi!
>>I have prodused my c++ program in 1024*768 resolution, but my
>>friends using 800*600. They can only see parts of window (My
>>dialog program). How To create code, and automaticly start
>>program undepending on computers resolution?

How big the dialog is depends on what font you're using. If you're not
planning on letting the program run under win31, any font will do, but if
win31 is a desired target platform, you have touse the System non-
proportional font.

It also sounds to me like he's got more data than will fit on a 640x480
screen, so along with your recommendation, I would suggest using a tabbed
dialog as well.

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Thu, 03 May 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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