New huge resolution screen

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JoPo
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New huge resolution screen

Hi !

I'm new on this forum but BC manager user since maybe 10 years.

I bought an HP Z27q amazing 5k resolution screen. Since, each time I launch BC manager, I get 3 messages (I don't find how to add image to the post) : https://image.noelshack.com/fichiers/2018/09/6/1520078059-bc1.jpg

Then : https://image.noelshack.com/fichiers/2018/09/6/1520078065-bc2.jpg nd last one :

https://image.noelshack.com/fichiers/2018/09/6/1520078069-bc3.jpg

This doesn't avoid the BC manager to work perfectly ! I just wanted developers to know in order to help them.

Thank you for your attention.

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Musica here !

Mark van den Berg
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This problem was already reported here:
https://mountainutilities.eu//forums/cant-see-any-virtual-mackie-control-displays

Comment #4 in this thread contains a link to a 32-bit Windows test build that fixes this.
Let me know if you need a 64-bit edition.

   Mark.

Mark van den Berg
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Never mind, I've now published the release version of BC Manager 4.0.1 for Windows in all editions: a dual 32- and 64-bit installer, and 32- and 64-bit portables.

JoPo
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Oh ! Sorry ! I was very busy today !

After updating, I've had some mysterious messages, then they are gone at the 2° launch !

FantastiK ! I really appreciate this piece of software ! Thanks a lot !

 

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Musica here !

Mark van den Berg
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After updating, I've had some mysterious messages, then they are gone at the 2° launch !

Ah yes, perhaps I should have mentioned in my notes accompanying the new version that the old, invalid configuration file (BCMan.stp) still leads to the error messages when you start the new version for the first time.
But then when you terminate the new version, it saves a correct version of BCMan.stp.
So the second time you start the new version, you won't get any more error messages.