[amsat-bb] Tracking Program Window off screen
w4upd at cfl.rr.com
Fri Jun 2 15:33:29 UTC 2017
Have you tried to bring just HRD itself up? Looks like you are bringing
up the satellite portion in stand alone. As far as I know, it requires
that HRD be in the background. I know if I bring up HRD then select the
satellite, then stop HRD but leave the satellite portion up, I have to
use task manager to stop it then.
It looks like the windows init file has saved the satellite portion off
screen, and starts it up there each time. If HRD is not running as well,
you may have this problem.
Again, I don't use it much, but that is what I have observed. I don't
run the satellite portion without HRD itself running as well. That was
one of the earlier complaints and I assume was suppose to be fixed in
On 6/2/2017 11:23 AM, Joe wrote:
> I have not ever had this problem either till today.
> I always run it under administrator.
> Every other Sat program is fine as well as any other windows. here is
> a video of whats happening,, be sure to have your volume up.
> Joe WB9SBD
> The Original Rolling Ball Clock
> Idle Tyme
> On 6/2/2017 10:02 AM, w4upd wrote:
>> I don't seem to have that problem. I am running 64-bit Windows 10 and
>> it seems to run. However, I am running the last "free" version
>> (Version 5). I do find it very slow coming up (HRD itself).
>> You might try running under administrator. Also, check your display
>> About all I can tell you. I really don't use it much due to being a
>> cpu hog, and stick with SatPC32 and others. I occasionally use just
>> HRD by itself on some of my rigs.
>> Reid, W4UPD
>> On 6/2/2017 9:20 AM, Joe wrote:
>>> I know this is probably more of a Windows 10 issue,
>>> But when I try to open HRD Sat Track, it starts up, But 90% of it is
>>> off screen down low so that only the top 1/4 of the window is visible.
>>> Clicking on the usual middle box thing only causes a beep, clicking
>>> anywhere on the program just causes a beep. even the "X" to close
>>> it, just causes a beep. the only way to make it go away is via the
>>> task manager.
>>> what to do?
>>> Joe WB9SBD
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