OK! OK! . . . Take a vacation!
I'm using 1.0.69. I'll upgrade to see if it fixes the issue. ThanksJose what version of the program are you running. The latest is 1.1.024. If you are not using this version, Lloyd has made some major changes in the summary report. You should download and install it.
What is the latest version of Segment Pro? Thanks!This video will give you a quick overview of the main features of Segment PRO. At the conclusion of the video, you'll find links to other resources of the software.
The following links will let learn more about Segment PRO:
Woodturner PRO website: Title: Welcome to Woodturner PRO - Segmented Woodturning Simplified
Download the trial version of Segment PRO: http://download.woodturnerpro.com/software/v3/segprosetup.exe
Learn more about Tom Lohman's volume ot 30 designs for $15 at the following link:
Title: Segmented Woodturning
Purchase Segment PRO and/or other software titles from Woodturner PRO:
Title: Software Products
Visit the Woodturner PRO Forum and Photo Gallery: Title: Woodturner PRO
You can check the latest version for all of the software on the download page.What is the latest version of Segment Pro? Thanks!
ThanksYou can check the latest version for all of the software on the download page.
As far as Segment Pro. The latest is 1.1.029
What is your screen resolution setting on your computer?I'm new, just downloaded the sw yesterday. When I open Segment Pro I cannot see all 4 windows (profile view, detail, Cutaway and bowl settings) simultaneously like in the tutorial. I have to scroll up and side to side to see each window. I expected either a "fit to screen" setting or to be able to grab the edge of each window to resize it but found neither. Constantly grabbing and moving a scroll bar is tedious. How do I resize the windows?
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What is hard for me to understand is that if you write software using Microsoft’s Visual Studio (almost all independent software companies do this), your users using Microsoft’s recommended settings will all have this problem. Why would they recommend settings that would cause software written using their own development system to not display properly.The neighbor is a PC guy (I haven't used a PC for more than 5 years) and he explained the same thing. Both the resolution and Scale settings were set to "Recommended". I cut the scale in half and everything fit.
Thanks for the help.