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  • Latest Post - ‏2017-10-04T13:24:26Z by Bernard Van Acker
jvda
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Pinned topic RSA9.1: the same class diagrams look different on the thinkpads of my colleagues

‏2016-11-18T12:55:42Z | rsa rsa9_1

Hi,

 

I am facing an annoying problem:  The class diagrams I have created in RSA9.1 on my thinkpad don't look the same on the thinkpads of my colleagues that also have installed RSA9.1.

The diagrams appear more compressed (resulting in touching/overlapping boxes) on the thinkpads of my colleagues.

 

E.g. an example of a class diagram copy pasted from my machine:

 

The same diagram as it is displayed on the thinkpad of a colleague.

 

Any help would be much appreciated.

kr

Jan.

Updated on 2016-12-19T12:52:31Z at 2016-12-19T12:52:31Z by jvda
  • jvda
    jvda
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    Re: RSA9.1: the same class diagrams look different on the thinkpads of my colleagues

    ‏2016-12-19T12:51:59Z  

    We (credit to Michael) have found the root cause of this issue.

    The way the diagrams are rendered in RSA depends on the following Display settings "Control Panel\Appearance and Personalization\Display" (see also screenshot below).

    In my case "Medium  125% (default)" was selected.  When I changed it to "Smaller - 100%" the diagrams looked the same as on the thinkpads of my colleagues.

    So this fixed the issue.

  • Bernard Van Acker
    Bernard Van Acker
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    Re: RSA9.1: the same class diagrams look different on the thinkpads of my colleagues

    ‏2017-10-04T13:24:26Z  
    • jvda
    • ‏2016-12-19T12:51:59Z

    We (credit to Michael) have found the root cause of this issue.

    The way the diagrams are rendered in RSA depends on the following Display settings "Control Panel\Appearance and Personalization\Display" (see also screenshot below).

    In my case "Medium  125% (default)" was selected.  When I changed it to "Smaller - 100%" the diagrams looked the same as on the thinkpads of my colleagues.

    So this fixed the issue.

    There is still no solution for this for MAC. Any input welcome.