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vrf Math expression for a curve

Question asked by bill.ossmann on Aug 11, 2004
Hmmmmm, this could be a number of things.

1.  The fonts and colors are not the same as the dev env.
2.  The VEE or VXE is corrupt, which I suspect since the dev env sounds
quirky, try to recover a working copy
3.  Something at start-up crashed into your vee, check your vee priorities,
that is, anything that has to be seen by the system before the VEECODE
starts is actually there.
4.  Anything that vee states is there is also there at startup
5.  Your system is whacky
6.  Your harddrive has a glitch
7.  Your memory has a glitch

The 1st, 2nd, and 6 are likely, the other, I dunno, should be caught by
windows, even 6.

rufus


-----Original Message-----
From: Barrie Walden [mailto:bwalden@whoi.edu]
Sent: Thursday, August 12, 2004 1:01 PM
To: VRF
Subject: [vrf] Windows user issue (?)

Hi Folks,

Here's an odd one:  I installed a Vee application on a new computer and
tested it without problems.  I then added it to the machine's startup folder
for a Power User auto-logon.  Restarting the machine resulted in an attempt
to run the application but there were substantial problems.

Since then I have discovered that Vee Runtime and Vee development will not
run on this machine unless an "administrator" is logged on.  There are no
error messages and the Vee applications are clearly attempting to work.
Typical problems are: Panel "Label" boxes show but there is no text. OK
buttons are present but they also have no text and they don't work. Many
ActiveX objects seem to be working properly (based upon their displayed
components) but a "ListView" object has a strange font (italics with a
strike-through). The applications are not running and the Task Manager must
be used to get them off the screen.  The panel view title bar is OK
including the lettering.

When starting in the development mode everything comes up normally but
quickly everything below the top menu switches to a gray box with a diagonal
black line from top left to bottom right.  The top menu continues to look
normal but the buttons do not work. The Task Manager is the only way out.

All non-Vee applications running on this machine act normally and the Vee
applications are fine if I log on as administrator.

The machine's video settings appear to be identical for all users.

Thoughts?

Barrie
whoi


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