Chopped-off Text

Discussion in 'Ghost Security Suite (GSS)' started by NormanS, Nov 25, 2006.

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  1. NormanS

    NormanS Registered Member

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    Some text in AppDefend's pane titled "Application Information" (the right pane) has leading characters chopped-off; this occurs with the line that reads "Command Line" and again with the line that reads "Process modification". In both instances, the leading character is partially or completely chopped-off.
    There seems to be no way to shrink the left pane to prevent this. Also, screen resolution does not affect this issue.
    Is there a solution?
     
  2. gottadoit

    gottadoit Security Expert

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    NormanS,
    I don't see that behaviour on mine, I know that doesn't really help you resolve your problem but at least you know that it doesn't happen everywhere
     
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  4. NormanS

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    SYS 64738,
    You hit the nail on the head! I changed my settings to "small fonts" to test your hypothesis, and... VOILÁ, the chopped text problem vanished. I have since changed my font setting back to "large fonts", because the cure is worse than the disease.

    I hope Jason reformats AppDefend's display, for I suspect most of his customers use large fonts as you and I do; when you run at resolutions of 1280×1024 (my settings) and higher, large fonts are most desirable.
     
  5. gottadoit

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    At least that makes it easier for Jason to see and fix the problem

    For what its worth I also run at 1280x1024 but with normal fonts, amongst other things it does deter (most) people from trying to read over your shoulder
     
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