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monitor scaling added Feb 22

Stepan Konev wrote:

James Plastow wrote:
Aha! Do you have your display scale set to other than 100%? For the script to work your monitor needs to be set to 100% scale. I get the same effect if I set my monitor scale to 150%
You are right. Usually I use 150% scaling and I am well aware of the related misfunctioning issues that may arise from time to time with different applications because of scaling. That is why I switched one of my three monitors to 100% scaling just for testing. It did not help that time.
However now, when I switched my main monitor (other than that I used first time) to 100% either, the script works fine for both monitors.

James Plastow wrote:
If you want to keep your monitor scale, I think this could be fixed by doing boxw:=(endxpos-startxpos-10)/1.5
Thank you for this tip. Will try it.

UPD: Have tried that. Works fine. Great!
UPD2: While testing it all, I recognized how can I use it. It may be real useful. Thank you


[Edited at 2021-02-22 17:04 GMT]



Hi again,

I updated the script (amended version) in my post above with a "monitorscale" variable. Now it should work with any monitor scaling.


 

Stepan Konev  Identity Verified
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@Rolf Keller: Thank you for your support Feb 22

Rolf Keller wrote:
Stepan Konev wrote:
his script works with any application

You said "The script needs improvment" and "something is wrong with this script", didn't you?

There is no contradiction in these facts: the script works with any application [true] 'AND' the script needs improvement [true for me] 'AND' something is wrong with this script [true for me].
And again, I didn't say it worked incorrectly. I said, by mentioning a missing scrolling feature, that it did not fit my purposes.
However, all the issues now have been resolved. Thank you for your support.


 

Stepan Konev  Identity Verified
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No need for monitorscale I think Feb 22

James Plastow wrote:
Hi again,
I updated the script (amended version) in my post above with a "monitorscale" variable. Now it should work with any monitor scaling.
The monitorscale variable doesn't change the behavior for me, but the 1.5 trick works fine. I don't think there are so many people who use scaling other than 100%. Thank you.


 

James Plastow  Identity Verified
Royaume-Uni
Local time: 01:30
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change the variable Feb 22

Stepan Konev wrote:

James Plastow wrote:
Hi again,
I updated the script (amended version) in my post above with a "monitorscale" variable. Now it should work with any monitor scaling.
The monitorscale variable doesn't change the behavior for me, but the 1.5 trick works fine. I don't think there are so many people who use scaling other than 100%. Thank you.


It doesn't work automatically, you have to change the variable in the script.


Stepan Konev
 

Stepan Konev  Identity Verified
Russie
Local time: 04:30
anglais vers russe
Perfect! Feb 22

James Plastow wrote:
It doesn't work automatically, you have to change the variable in the script.
Ah! My bad. Yes, it works fine now.


 
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