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    Screen4 problem

    I created a button in screen 4 to do the cross hair/reposition thing. Go into Mach3, assign VB script, works fine. When I go back in Screen4, it will not let me make any changes to the button. It totally ignores any clicks (in Screen4). Have another button on screen that I created that I can’t assign script to, nor can I delete. It is also ignored.

    Why can’t I change the button ?

    Thanks in advance.

    Bob

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    Re: Screen4 problem

    Did you try right clicking? Is the button under something else?

    Not sure why it doesn't work, but Screen 4 works best in Windows XP, and when using a resolution that doesn't require scroll bars.
    If I was doing any screen editing now, using Windows 10, I'd probably use Machscreen.
    Gerry

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