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    home screen clock and scrolling on CF4 and win 7

    this is one of my last little problems that i cannot seem to fix....in all screens where the time is displayed (above the network connectivity icon)if the time is say 10.45 and i have bluetooth connected...the time is cut short,meaning it will display 10.4
    next problem is scrolling down a menu,if i get to the bottom i cannot see or select the final entry,with a bit of fancy swiping and tapping i can just get it but its very janky....
    was thinking it might be a screen res problem but if i change it from within CF4 it make no diffrence whatever the setting.
    any hints as my system is getting close to perfect.

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    Hey,
    I had the same problem with the time and it turned out to be the dpi setting making the text too big to fit. Have a look here, it's like the 13th FAQ. http://forums.fluxmedia.net/faq.php?faq=troubleshooting
    Good luck


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    I have tweaked the dpi and everything else for using win7 on the 7" screen.will check now.cheers for that

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    That did it thanks.scaled the dpi back to 110% and it now fits and is still sort of large.just had no impact on the scrolling in menus....still cant get to that very last item....changed cf4 screen res to 640 x? Then others too...no good

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    Glad it worked. For the scrolling, does it jump up when you get to the last item in the list? If so, this might help.

    http://forums.fluxmedia.net/support-...view-item.html

    I had the same problem and couldn't fix it (something about screen res) but changing to a new skin seemed to resolve it.

    If that ain't it then I have no idea man. Hopefully someone more knowledgable will jump in...



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    Yep it worked with a skin change.swapped to fresh air and it is smooth as.just the colour looks too washed out for me to use.

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    Update.....set windows and CF4 screen res to 640 x 480 or 800 x 600 on mine and everything works very well...total improvement on speed to very fast system now with all those pixles it DOESNT have to drive now.its fantastic now

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