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gomotiondirect

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Display layout module bugs
« on: October 24, 2008, 12:44:13 PM »
When I was testing the beta initially using the latest build of IE explorer7 when I was setting up  zones for 2 tickers , a logo header and main ad space it kept trying to run an active x control (yellow bar in browser) if you do this it restarts user interface. other issue is when you made a segement and changed pixel size in boxes not by left mouse click& drag the visual segment  piece would not resize visually. This usually occurs when you click off the boxed value. I repeated this several times . Rebooted and did it again .

I figured It may be an IE issues so I used google chrome. I had a much better response  using this browser no active x issues and segmented pices resized properly after box value change . I even saw the line change green when I was exactly against the next zone segment ....nice feature!! this did not happen in internet explorer testing.

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Re: Display layout module bugs
« Reply #1 on: October 24, 2008, 02:26:55 PM »
Hello,
Yes we do know about the IE Active-X.
The good news is that soon enough we will have the AIRStudio which is the Desktop installed version of the WEBStudio you used.

The AIRStudio runs loads MUCH faster with none of the issues you mentioned.
For "Real" users, the AIRStudio will be the way to go ( For Free of course ) and the web will be only for users playing around with the system ...
Of course we will always support both the WEBStudio and AIRStudio but the AIRStudio will be superior.

Thanks again for the feedback.

 

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