I bought a computer with Windows 7. I had a very difficult time working Replay AV with it so I went back to XP. I am seriously wondering if Replay AV simply don't work with Windows 7.
om----- Original Message ----- From: "Kane Brolin" <kbrolin65@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Monday, August 22, 2011 6:24 PMSubject: [blindreplay] Re: What Happened To Accessibility of Newest Replay A/V?
Thanks for the feedback you have given so far, but my problem still is not solved. The problem might lie in my Display settings, since these are set rather differently in Windows 7 from in Windows XP, which I had used before. Could this make a difference? What I found when I looked at my Display Settings is that screen resolution by default was set to 0%, and I changed this to 100% (which is where I had set it in XP when running this same JFW Ver. 11 on other machines). Then I noticed that the default screen layout was shown to be Landscape, which I thought rather odd; so I changed it to Portrait. This is not a choice I ever appeared to have in XP. But when I then opened Replay A/V once again and clicked on Record, I didn't get any feedback whatsoever using the regular application cursor. By either tabbing or attempting to navigate using arrow keys, I got either the word BLANK or no feedback whatsoever. Can any of you think of something else in Windows 7's Display Settings that might be making it impossible for me to read Replay A/V's Recording Wizard or media viewer? The techniques both of you use to deal with this program have worked perfectly for me in the past on other systems. -Kane --To unsubscribe: e-mail blindreplay-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with unsubscribe in subject To contact list owner: e-mail blindreplay-admins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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