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NT Bug , I dunno a moment of your time please.

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I have what I beleive to be a strange bug which I cannot resolve and I think
it could be NT related.

All I ask is a moment of your time to reply to this posting after viewing.

I have created a method of using arc to draw a performance dial, the URL
below will show you the results.
http://www.websamba.com/macroman/home.htm

I have pasted the images in so you can see the before and after.

The left image is exactly how it is displayed on my PC , yet on some PC's at
work it looks awful (right image)

I cannot for the life of me think what is causing this.

The Explorer is V6, and both have VML installed, I checked the Windows
registry and the keys realting to VML were identical.

What I can say that on my works PC this Monday it looked like image on the
left, until Tuesday my workstation decided to re-install MS Word.
We are using MS Office 2000 at work and are running under Windows NT. I
don't know if you know anything about networked PC's I know next to nothing.
I have logged into Workstation #1 (mine) and the dial looks terrible now,
log onto Workstation #2 and the dial looks good, so I am almost convinced
that something on my workstation at work has changed and it is not my
profile settings but more to do with workstation configuration, I have
acquired
the assistance of other internet users, using various other O/S and none so
far (15 in total)
have not reported any anomolies with the dial. What I lack is NT user
assistance.

So if you can spare a minute or 2 to have a quick look at the URL above and
see if the dial looks ok on your Win NT O/S, the more feedback I can get
back the better.

Any other ideas you can think of that may be causing this problem would be
very welcome

thank you for your time

Macroman

Jul 20 '05 #1
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OOOPS sorry this should have gone into a Win NT newsgroup its a duplicate
and I don't know how to remove it.

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I have what I beleive to be a strange bug which I cannot resolve and I think it could be NT related.

All I ask is a moment of your time to reply to this posting after viewing.

I have created a method of using arc to draw a performance dial, the URL
below will show you the results.
http://www.websamba.com/macroman/home.htm

I have pasted the images in so you can see the before and after.

The left image is exactly how it is displayed on my PC , yet on some PC's at work it looks awful (right image)

I cannot for the life of me think what is causing this.

The Explorer is V6, and both have VML installed, I checked the Windows
registry and the keys realting to VML were identical.

What I can say that on my works PC this Monday it looked like image on the
left, until Tuesday my workstation decided to re-install MS Word.
We are using MS Office 2000 at work and are running under Windows NT. I
don't know if you know anything about networked PC's I know next to nothing. I have logged into Workstation #1 (mine) and the dial looks terrible now,
log onto Workstation #2 and the dial looks good, so I am almost convinced
that something on my workstation at work has changed and it is not my
profile settings but more to do with workstation configuration, I have
acquired
the assistance of other internet users, using various other O/S and none so far (15 in total)
have not reported any anomolies with the dial. What I lack is NT user
assistance.

So if you can spare a minute or 2 to have a quick look at the URL above and see if the dial looks ok on your Win NT O/S, the more feedback I can get
back the better.

Any other ideas you can think of that may be causing this problem would be
very welcome

thank you for your time

Macroman

Jul 20 '05 #2

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