1. J

    B4J Question Poor quality of printout using jFX8print

    Hello, I am struggling with simple printing on A4 paper and also on PDF-printer using the jFX8print library. The printout has a week quality/resolution for text and barcode: As I need to scan the barcode from the printout it is essential for me to have a much better resolution. The small...
  2. diegoferreira

    Android Question Android 10 Failed resolution of apache http ProtocolVersion

    This is the error: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: Failed resolution of: Lorg/apache/http/ProtocolVersion; at dd.b(:[email protected]@21.06.13 (120400-0):2) at dc.a(:[email protected]@21.06.13 (120400-0):1) at...
  3. Alexander Stolte

    Android Tutorial [B4X] Paralells Desktop 15 Windows 10 B4A,B4I,B4J and B4R looks blurry (Fix)

    Hello, i have searched for a long time for a fix for this, every time i have B4A on my second monitor on my mac, then the text was blurry and this was no fun to work with... Now i have a fix for this. right-Click on the B4A,B4I,B4J or B4R icon click "open file path" right-Click on the icon...
  4. LucaMs

    Android Question [XUI2D] res., density and screens-size

    Almost for fun (for the moment, completed a certain project, I think I will study this platform well) I only wanted to modify a couple of PNGs in the example "Walking character". Actually the first idea was to add a banner (not ads, a drawing) as an object but then, not knowing that sw, I...
  5. jroriz

    B4J Question [SOLVED] Windows screen resolution

    When I change the resolution of my display, using windows config, all open windows (non B4J) automatically adjust their sizes according to the new resolution, except my form created in b4j. I need the form I created also changes its size proportionally to the chosen resolution. I thought this...
  6. Scotter

    Android Question Please scrutinize my variant resolutions

    PHONES Galaxy II: 480x800 = 240x400 Pixel 2XL: 1440x2880 = 320x640 or 720x1440? and for landscape, I assume I merely flip x and y? TABLETS Amazon Kindle Fire: 1024x768 = 512x384 Galaxy Tab 10: 1280x800 = 640x400 Galaxy Tab S4: 2560x1600 = 1280x800