Window cut in Autocad LT

Discussion in 'Photoshop Tutorials' started by il barbi, Jan 27, 2007.

  1. il barbi

    il barbi Guest

    I installed Autocad LT 2002 on a PC with Win982e and video resolution
    800x600, it happens that by opening the window "Layer properties" and other
    windows, only 2 of the top right window controls are displayed (- and x) and
    the central window control is lacking and I can't see the bottom line with
    the controls "ok" and "cancel" and I can't resize the window in order to see
    them and so I can't work... In the contrary I can well work on a PC with
    WinXP and video resolution 1024x768
    someone can help?
    il barbi
     
    il barbi, Jan 27, 2007
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    ronviers Guest

    That's funny because I just tried the same thing and it worked for me.
    The only difference was that I used Photoshop not Autocad and instead
    of using Windows 98 I used Windows XP. It is strange that our methods
    only differ by three letters yet the outcome was so different.
    Just kidding - It may be time to scrap the 98.

    Good luck,
    Ron
     
    ronviers, Jan 27, 2007
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    tacit Guest

    ....and that is not a good setup for Autocad. Wy are you working at
    800x600? Increase your resolution to 1024x768 or better.
     
    tacit, Jan 27, 2007
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    il barbi Guest

    ok but are you saying that at least 1024x768 resolution is MANDATORY for
    Autocad LT? I didn't know
    il barbi
     
    il barbi, Jan 27, 2007
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    Owen Ransen Guest

    Yes, I seem to remember something like that a few years ago. (I used
    to write drivers for Autodesk products)

    The problem is that it is hard to create dialogs, usually of fixed
    pixel size, which are readable at high res and which still fit on
    a (relatively) low res screen.



    Easy to use graphics effects:
    http://www.ransen.com/
     
    Owen Ransen, Jan 28, 2007
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