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I've  made a form that at load it  opens the attached CHD file

My problem is: the file sometimes opens in a strange format but it becomes

well as soon as I strech the form? HOW CAN I SOLVE IT?

Private Sub chart_history_form_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e

As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load

try

AxChartFX1.Import(CfxExport.CHART_CFXOLEFILE, "tt.CHD")

Catch ex As Exception

End Try

End Sub

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We are unable to reproduce this problem.

Can you explain what you mean by "sometimes opens in a strange format" ? Can

you please attach a screenshot. Also can you explain what do you mean by

"sometimes" ? What causes this problem to happen ? Do you have a program

that you can send us that reproduces the problem ?

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FP

Software FX

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I attached 2 images with clear names that illustrate the situation.

Actually I don't know why and what causes this problem to happen. The

project is simple, just in the form load I write that command to open the

rr.CHD chart. So why when I run that project I get the shape in attached

rrCHD_in_strange_format.jpg (as if it is large scalled) and in other times

when I run the project I get the correct shape in

rrCHD_as_it_should_be.jpg?!!!

May be there is some property setting I should do? I attached also the

vb.net file that compose the project may it help

Thanks

"SoftwareFX Support" <noreply@softwarefx.com> wrote in message

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> We are unable to reproduce this problem.

>

> Can you explain what you mean by "sometimes opens in a strange format" ?

Can

> you please attach a screenshot. Also can you explain what do you mean by

> "sometimes" ? What causes this problem to happen ? Do you have a program

> that you can send us that reproduces the problem ?

>

> --

> FP

> Software FX

>

>

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