Difference: VaryingTheAPPXDisplayArea (4 vs. 5)

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 One issue you may encounter when running at a larger screen size is that you have older programs that were designed for 21 x 80, and will show a lot of blank space when run in a size of 28 x 110. You can set -resizeMainWindowPane=true in the client options, and the client window will resize automatically. It will shrink for a 21 x 80 image, and expand for larger images (up to the original rows & columns you set).

Checking the Client Window Size

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You can use the .ENV GET SCREEN SIZE API to determine the current row & column setting. If this is not large enough for your image, you can issue an error message, or use the $newsession: parameter of .CLIENT LOAD URL to open a new session with the required rows and columns.
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You can use the .ENV GET SCREEN SIZE API to determine the current row & column setting. If this is not large enough for your image, you can issue an error message, or use the $newsession: parameter of .CLIENT LOAD URL to open a new session with the required rows and columns.
 

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