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How to set up the default size and position of the runtime software's main window

October 20, 2013 | Bretislav Valek

By default, the main window maximizes to the full screen of the monitor (the primary monitor on systems with multiple monitors) or to the working area of the primary monitor (the primary monitor area decreased by the Windows taskbar).


Beginning with version 4.6.1, the default size and position of the runtime software's main window can be configured for each computer defined via the Reliance Design development environment's Project Structure Manager. To do so, use the Main window position and size and Custom position and size properties on the Screen page. If the project graphical resolution (defined through the Project Options dialog) is greater than the specified size of the runtime software's main window, scroll bars are displayed automatically.


For multi-monitor systems, the Desktop (all monitors) option should be used. In this case, the main window stretches over the desktop made up of all monitors.


Project Structure Manager > computer properties > Screen

Project Structure Manager > computer properties > Screen


In older versions of Reliance, the position and size of the runtime software's main window had to be configured explicitly in the main file of a visualization project. It is a file with an .rp4 extension (Reliance 4) or a .prj extension (Reliance 3). It was necessary to add "Param14" to "Section1" in the following format:


Left,Top,Right,Bottom



Example:


[Section1]
...
Param14=32,32,992,736


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