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windowposition of internal verify in Surfcam 2003

windowposition of internal verify in Surfcam 2003

windowposition of internal verify in Surfcam 2003

Hello, greetings to all from Germany!

We are still working with Surfcam 2003, and I've used STL-stocks last week with the internal verify.

The result is that the internal verify windows appears now every time in the middle of the screen (and not in the upper right corner, where it should be).

I moved it to the upper right corner, but it doesn't help, next time it's in the middle of the screen again!

A complete de-/installation of surfcam 2003 doesn't help!

We have 2 PC with the same installation and I tried to copy and overwrite all files in the surf2003 directory from the second PC, but it doesn't help.

I've looked in the registry to find an entry for the windowposition, but I can't find something.

If you got any hints please post it.

Best regards

Andreas Killer

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