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Stoic Joker:
t 4: Nevertheless I still have another proposal for calendar: Is it possible to include separate switches for Month and Year? By switching Month by Month it takes very long e.g. to go forward/reverse several Years.
example:   " < >  June 2010  < >"   
I don't know if it's possible to automatically switch year at "Month-Switch" January<>December. [/color]
-Miaz (June 08, 2010, 12:50 AM)
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Um... (I could be missing something here, but...)

Using the Windows Calendar Control arrows are only for last/next month navigations. if you want June 1975 on Win7:
Click year 3 times (the control "zooms" out to decade view)
Click the decade you want (it zooms in to year selection)
Click the year you want (it zooms in to month selection)
Click the month you want (it shows the usual month view)

On XP:
Click year and scroll to year wanted (1975)
Click month and select month wanted.

I'm not sure what I can add to that. (Unless I'm missing part of the question - which has happened before...)

Well ...  now I am at home and have tested all the things on my private PC with Windows 7.
Thank you for the lesson - everything is working as you have explained.
I've been using Windows 7 since middle of May - and I see:  still a lot to learn!

So, I think I'll be quiet in the future and will let the specialists work  :-[


Stoic Joker:
So, I think I'll be quiet in the future and will let the specialists work-Miaz (June 08, 2010, 12:27 PM)
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According to a popular version of history...the last guy on earth that claimed to be perfect got crucified for his efforts... :)

Ideas are always welcome.

Stoic Joker:
@sagji - Okay, I'm trying to workout an attack strategy on this DPI issue. I think I may have come up with an angle on it but I have one question. When you are at 2560x1600 with 144DPI does the size 8 font appear to be scaling properly??

I ask because of an old font scaling bugg that caused any size smaller than 9 to be disproportionately tiny. I'm thinking that a similar (calculations mod)  fix may work for your (off) screen position issue. But my hypothesis is dependent on the size 8 font being correctly proportioned when used in your configuration.

Also (side note) is the positioning better or worse when you push the DPI to (i believe the max) 192?

I think the 8 point font looks OK.

With my curent setting normally the dialog appears with just the left most part visible. At 200% it doesn't appear at all. 300% is the same. At 125% it appears entirely to the left of the task bar. When I go back to 150% it also appears to the left of the task bar. If I reboot then it goes back to appearing mostly off screen.

When it is partly off screen it is only off the right side - the bottom edge is in the correct place.

It might be an idea to log every step in calculating its position - as that might let us see where it is going wrong.
Or if you provide a debug version I could step through it and see if I can see anything.


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