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Date Posted: 17:45:15 09/07/01 Fri
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: 100% cpu for a long time when opening TIF in demo code
In reply to: Dave 's message, "Re: 100% cpu for a long time when opening TIF in demo code" on 06:08:07 09/05/01 Wed


Hi Dave,

I'm running on a Win2K laptop, and cannot reproduce the problem.

I have tried resizing my window with a small width and large height. I get the horizontal scroll bar when display with "Fit Height", without no abnormal delays.

I think I have the steps right but I may be missing something. It could be video driver related, but I am just guessing.

Best regards,

Michel

>More info:
>The best way to force this is to:
>Reduce the window width,
>Set the view to FitToHeight
>Open a TIF file.
>
>The horizontal scroll bar flashes on and off many
>times before the image is displayed. Once the image is
>there, any attempt to resize the window causes the
>same delay. This continues to happen until the window
>is wide enough to display the image without the
>horizontal scroll bar.
>
>My home system is W2k, but using my work computer
>(NT4), this problem does not happen! The only
>difference I can think of is that NT does not refresh
>the image until after I release the mouse, but this
>would not affect the initial viewing would it?

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