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Portal UI Glitch

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Here is a link to the picture

http://img689.imageshack.us/i/probd.png/

All pages on the program are glitched.

I have tried re-installing and it hasn't fixed it.

Any suggestions? Any help is appreciated happy

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and this graphic glitch only happens on this program? Neomallers portal 10?

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Hi. Please see this thread and see if it helps you. Thanks!

http://www.neomallers.com/node/3429

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saudor wrote:
Hi. Please see this thread and see if it helps you. Thanks!

http://www.neomallers.com/node/3429

Thanks! That fixed the problem.

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Yep, that's what you get when you turn up the DPI. I've gotten used to it.

No way can I set the DPI smaller... I'm on a 15.6" full hd laptop, I wouldn't be able to read anything. XD

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Pretty much any old Visual Studio app will do that when you change font size, the interface itself doesn't change size, and it uses the system font size, so everything gets screwy.

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lol. that's what i get for using technologies from 1998 tongue

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Yea, but it's so much easier to actually PROGRAM.
I know I don't want to learn .Net, I barely know VB lol

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i was wondering for the longest time what my issue was but i just said $@#! it and dealt with it till i saw this thread. smaller is better anyway happy

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Protons have mass?

The only thing I can code in is TI calculator language. I learned how because it's really helpful in class to, if you're using a really repetitious formula, say Heron's, do something like
Prompt A,B,C
.5(A+B+C) Sto S
Disp Sqrt(S(S-A)(S-B)(S-C))
learning how to do that has been a lot of help in class. I've taught myself how to make games on the calculator, though they take a long while when I do them mainly for the hour I spend in Math class Grin
I've made a choose your own adventure game, a timing game sort of like a more predictable Splat-A-Sloth (that's actually where I got the idea), I've been working on a whole RPG game for the calculator (which will take up ~40,000 bytes when its done and the calculator only has ~20,000 bytes of ram free so portions of the game have to be archived at a time to play) since last January and I aim to have done mid-late may, and some simply entertaining things. One of those random entertaining things makes the calculator look like its broken, it stops the enter key from working, and gives the result of a simple addition problem to be some answer that has multiple decimal points and an unsimplified Pi. I can do a lot with the TI Calculator, but not with any other coding language.

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The best (read: only) program I ever made on my calculator was a "Heads or Tails?" game, where the outcome would always be the opposite of what you picked tongue

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