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  • Change 70DT to 43DT.

    Hi everybody.

    I have created a program for LCD 70DT Diablo16 in VISI
    I want to use this program also for LCD 43DT and there is a problem
    These LCDs have different resolutions
    Is there any simple solution to scaling the image file "GCI"
    That the program is applicable to multiple types of LCD

    Thank you for the reactions

  • #2
    So no one
    Any idea

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    • #3
      Hello,

      Unfortunately, I don't think there's "automatic" way of doing this, you'll need to manually adjust your widgets to fit your current screen size.

      Best regards,
      Michael

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      • #4
        Most objects you just resize after you've done a 'save as' after changing the display model.

        What part of that is simply not working?
        Mark

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        • #5
          That's exactly what I did
          the program works
          I just can not see all the objects on the LCD
          I thought your program after changing the LCD scaled all objects
          But it did not happen
          Last edited by palikem; 3rd December 2018, 08:15 PM.

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          • #6
            Use the object inspector to find the missing objects, then move them back into 'view' using the X and Y values
            Mark

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            • #7
              this I did not mean
              The automatic reduction of objects in your program is not

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              • #8
                Hello,

                Unfortunately, Workshop4 does not automatically rescale your project when you migrate to a different display size.

                If you find that there are some missing widget in your GUI after switching to a smaller display, you could;

                1.) Find the specific widget under the 'object' dropdown selector of the object inspector.

                2.) Change the 'Top' and 'Left' parameters to zero.

                3.) This would place the widget to the upper left corner of the display, you can then proceed to resize and/or reposition the widget.

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                I hope this helps.

                Best regards,
                Michael

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                • #9
                  Thanks to all of you.

                  So I will need to adjust the size of my objects

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