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Old 07-06-12, 11:27 PM   #1
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Hi everyone. i had planet instaled on a laptop( which has now died) so i bought another on ebay. my problem is that the new laptop /notebook has a small screen (10 inch) so it does not display the whole pp2000 page and i can not see the buttons at the bottom of the screen.

is there a way to scroll down the screen to use the buttons at the bottom as there is no scroll bar on the planet page? ive tried the arrow keys but that scrolls through the models available.

i hope that some one will be able to help so i dont have to buy another laptop with a bigger screen.

if it helps the name of the laptop is a compaq mini .


thanks in advance for any help/ ideas. mike.
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Old 08-06-12, 01:29 AM   #2
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is your resolution set to max on display settings?

also try holding alt+space then tap x...windows hotkeys to maximise windows.




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Old 08-06-12, 07:46 AM   #3
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john is correct , i use a netbook , same thing
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Hi guys. Thanks for the replys.

maybe i didnt explain my problem too well in my other post.

ive checked screen settings and my resolution is set to max on display settings. ive tried the alt+space tap x, but the page is already at max. i can maximize and minimize using tabs up on the top right of page.

i can only see the top half of list on the start page with vehicle selection, 106 107 205-405 406 407 etc. i can see the minimize restore down and close tabs in top right of screen, also i can bring up the move option too which changes cursor to a 4 pointed cursor ( left right up down ) the move option will not move the page about though.

i can grab the blue border around the page top - bottom and either side of page to stretch or crop screen.

what i am strugling to do is- grab the page and move it upwards to see the buttons at the bottom which are off the screen. i hope ive explained it better this time .

thanks again for your replys. mike.
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Do a Google... I believe there are apps that you can use to adjust the display beyond the netbooks normal capability.
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I had the same problem with a netbook, tried all sorts. Ended up getting a cheapo 15" laptop off ebay with XP and use that just for car stuff.
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I use a Netbook. All you need is the software NRC:

Netbook Resolution Customizer Version 1.0 Beta2 - Free Netbook Software Downloads

It will resize the screen to 1024x768
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Default the fix you need for screen resolution

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Old 10-06-12, 07:34 PM   #9
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thanks for the replys and help guys. ive manged to sort it with help from google and youtube

i went into display properties then altered the driver to one with a higher resolution. now my screen scrools up and down perfectly.

pp2000 is up and running a treat

thanks again everyone.
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thanks for the replys and help guys. ive manged to sort it with help from google and youtube

i went into display properties then altered the driver to one with a higher resolution. now my screen scrools up and down perfectly.

pp2000 is up and running a treat

thanks again everyone.
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