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apllication screen adjustment problem

apllication screen adjustment problem

apllication screen adjustment problem

Dear all,

i have develop an application on 20 inch screen monitor. when i run it from a bigger screen with greater resolutions, the software become very ugly, it do not zoom in or zoom out accordingly as we noticed in microsoft office suite etc. they fit to the client screen.

i am using windows 7, oracle developer 10g suite, oracle 10g database, java 7 update 9. internet explorer 9

i find one solution like below, but i cant apply it correctly or it is not working at all.

there is a applet parameter called clientDPI; if your forms are centimeter based you can increase this parameter,
and the forms are zoomed. all you have to do is edit your basejpi / basejini and the formsweb.cfg to pass
the clientDPI to the applet:

in basexyz:

<OBJECT classid="%jpi_classid%"

<PARAM NAME="clientDPI" VALUE="%clientDPI%">
<EMBED SRC="" PLUGINSPAGE="%jpi_download_page%"

and in the formsweb.cfg in your config section:


If you don't want to specify it in the formsweb.cfg you can pass it directly to the forms servlet:


any help?

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