1. Olan Knight
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  3. Sunday, 02 December 2018

PB v12.1, build 7055
Oracle 12c database

I have windows that contain a left side treeview and a right-side datawindow.
The text in the treeview is normal; i.e. not bolded.
In the DW Painter the treeview text appears correctly - not bolded.
There have been no code changes to the treeview or to the dws that comprise the treeview data.
However, in the runtime EXE the treeview text now appears to be bold, and I've no idea why!

New incorrect look:                                                       Older version of the code with the correct look:
   

Any ideas?


Thanks,

Olan

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Well, now I feel stupid.
It turned out to be a flag on the FONT tabpage of the Treeview object that had SOMEHOW been set!
I cleared the flag and it fixed the issue.



Thank you for your time and effort, David!

Later -

Olan

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Those sorts of things are a real wind up! No worries, I'm glad you sorted it :0)
Thanks, David!
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Thanks for your reply, David!

1. This is a new EXE.
2. The runtime environment has not changed.
3. This is happening on all PCs.

I'm still looking at this and trying to determine what changed as I agree that SOMETHING has changed!  :/ 


Later -

Olan

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  1. Monday, 3 December 2018
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Hi Olan

Not sure is I have seen that before. My gut tells me that something has changed, perhaps in the windows environment? So I have some questions for you:

1. Is this the same build of your application that was fine before or is this a new exe?

2. Has anything changed in the runtime environment?

3. Is this only on some PCs or on all PCs?

Have you any more information that you can give so we can dig into this a little further please?

Cheers

David

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