Problem with screen objects - Please help

Discussion in 'Questions (Windows Mobile)' started by grgczyz, May 31, 2008.

  1. grgczyz

    grgczyz Member Licensed User

    Hi,

    I created a small calculation program for my HP iPAQ214 (VGA device).
    The application uses 480x640 screen. The GUI of my allpication is made of some labels, textboxes and buttons.

    When the application was finished I compiled two versions for PC and PPC.
    The PC version looks very nice and all screen objects are the same (location, size, font size) as they were drawn in B4PPC.

    PPC application looks completely different. Neither dimension of screen objects nor font size is all right (eg fonts look much bigger). What can be the reason???
    Is there any solution for this problem?
    :sign0085:
     
  2. Cableguy

    Cableguy Expert Licensed User

    Being a vga device, if optimized compilation is used, then all your controls will be re-alocated...
    TRy compiling in forced QVGA mode...it will force thprogra to think the screen is half the size...

    Also take a look at the tutorials and code samples for "working wih VGA screens"
     
  3. grgczyz

    grgczyz Member Licensed User

    Thanks Cableguy for your answer.

    I indeed used optimized compilation in order to speed up the application.
    I'd like to make use of my VGA device and that is why I wouldn't like to make a qVGA application (240x320 screen resolution) and run it on my VGA device as "double pixel".

    Maybe there is another solution?
    :sign0085:
     
  4. Cableguy

    Cableguy Expert Licensed User

    the link is here

    Managing the screen resolution take a bit of effort and gymnastics....
     
  5. grgczyz

    grgczyz Member Licensed User

    Yes that's true. Maybe Erel will manage to solve this problem in future updates.
    Once more ... thanks Cableguy.
     
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