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VB.NET Form looks different at runtime

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I'm designing a rather specific form in VB.Net 2008 Professional Edition for my company per a PDF file I have been provided.

I just noticed that everything seems to shift at runtime... The change is drastic enough that the blank space is displeasing to the eye and doesn't match my predefined form.

Does anyone know what's going on? Shouldn't the runtime view look the same as the design view I'm creating? If I move labels so that they actually overlap visually at design time, they show separated at runtime... On the design screen an object at a location of {40, 23} seems to be at {55, 23} at runtime.

Any clues you might have would be greatly appreciated. I feel betrayed by my .NET designer.
Apr 20 '10 #1
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P: 33
Ok, my runtime results are as follows:

Width changes from 73 at design time to 97 at runtime.
X position changes from 40 at design time to 53 at runtime
Apr 20 '10 #2

P: 33
Well, it apperas it was related to the fact that I was changing the form's font at runtime... So the issue is solved.
Apr 20 '10 #3

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I'm glad you solved your problem :)

Thanks for posting your solution so that others facing this problem will have a reference.

Apr 27 '10 #4

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