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Computer Monitor Display
I have a 32" high resolution computer monitor that was making the print on some of my reports so small I couldn't read them. So I went to the Oscar.exe file under Properties/Compatability and made a change which did allow me to see the reports but now when I go to post a screenshot of my charts it only captures a small portion of the screen. Now I can't remember what the setting was on which did allow me to capture the full screen of the charts. If someone knows what my problem is please advise me what to do.

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Mark
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#2
RE: Computer Monitor Display
If you are trying to create charts to post on the forum, you should be using the F12 or View/ Screenshot method, rather than printing to PDF. It's unclear to me which report you are trying to create.

In older versions, we had a work-around for ultra high resolution monitors in the older Sleepyhead version. This may work for Oscar with your screen http://www.apneaboard.com/wiki/index.php...n_Monitors Where Sleepyhead.exe is mentioned, substitute Oscar.exe.
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RE: Computer Monitor Display
I wasn't trying to print. It was the Statistics page I could not see the data because it was too small. Now when I hit the F12 key it only takes a screenshot of a small portion of the screen.
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RE: Computer Monitor Display
I followed the instructions in the link you sent but making that change is what prevents me from getting a full screenshot of my charts now. I am trying to get back to the original setting but everything I try hasn't fixed the problem.
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#5
RE: Computer Monitor Display
Isn't there a default reset in OSCAR? If so, that may be the way to go, but it'll likely reset more than just the setting that's gone rogue.
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RE: Computer Monitor Display
I just figured out how to fix my problem. Thanks for the help.

Mark
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ok great, glad you got it fixed
Dave

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RE: Computer Monitor Display
if you can describe what you did, it may help others with the same problem.
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#9
RE: Computer Monitor Display
I use Windows 10 on a pc and went into display settings. On the Display page is where you can choose the resolution you want and what percentage you want to scale the display. It showed that I had recently made an adjustment to the display and gave me the option to undo it. I clicked on that and everything was back to normal.
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RE: Computer Monitor Display
I am having the same problem, did you adjust the resolution in Oscar or in Windows?  I don't want to make a global change to windows but I can't read the reports or the graphs.
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