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Old 07-10-2013, 05:50 AM
javadi javadi is offline
Join Date: Mar 2013
Location: London
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Unexpected Change of Window Size

Dear all

I have two problems with window size that might be related to each other. First of all, the window size is not what I define. I define the window size as

viz.window.setSize([WindowWidth, WindowHeigh])
When I run only these two lines Vizard opens a window with correct size, but when I run the whole code, it creates a window with wrong size. I also tried to open a full screen window using the following code but was not successful.

The 2nd problem is unexpected change in window size. After a few seconds of running the presentation, the size of the window changes to a narrower window (smaller height). It causes misalignment of some of the textures in the screen.

I run the code on Vizard 4.08. I should add that I have absolutely no problem with the same code on a different machine with Vizard 4.05.

What could be causing these problems? Very many thanks.

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