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Standard User EricDavTB
(newbie) Sat 01-Dec-12 17:00:48
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scrolling graph


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I am unable to display the tbbmeter scrolling graph. I have uninstalled (but not cleared any saved files as I didn't want to lose saved statistics) rebooted, reinstalled and rebooted again, but still the graph is not displayed.
Any ideas please
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Sat 01-Dec-12 19:18:19
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Re: scrolling graph


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Is it that it is not drawing any green or red data lines, or not displaying the black window with its axis lines at all?

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Standard User EricDavTB
(newbie) Sun 02-Dec-12 08:43:19
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Re: scrolling graph


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No window gets displayed at all when I click the tb icon in the system tray. I can display the stats and all the other information.

The option to display the scrolling graph has been selected in the Visual Style along with Display Bar Meter


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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Sun 02-Dec-12 11:35:45
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It may be that the window is being displayed off the visual screen, in the Options window there is a way to re-position the window manually

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Standard User EricDavTB
(newbie) Sun 02-Dec-12 18:39:00
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Many thanks, that was exactly what it was. I have now repositioned the window. Though the original offset at X & Y both set to 0 should have displayed it

Thanks again
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