H. Other CLS Issues
Which operating systems can be used with CLS?
There are no known problems using CLS with any version of the Windows operating system, including Windows XP and Windows 2003 Server Edition. CLS is also compatible with Novell Netware.2. When running full-screen, the CLS screen size is too small (Windows 2000/NT/XP).
2. When running full-screen, the CLS screen size is too small (Windows 2000/NT/XP).
3. I’m using Windows 2000/NT/XP, and I can’t get CLS to run in the full-screen mode.
First, make sure your CLS icon is set up correctly. If you have purchased a new computer that uses Windows XP or 2000, follow the instructions in Chapter 2 of the CLS Getting Started Guide to create a new icon and set up the icon properties. Pay special attention to settings on the Layout tab.
To edit the CLS icon properties:
If you upgraded to Windows XP from Windows 98 and you can’t find the Layout tab, you must delete the original CLS icon and create a new one.
4. I’m using Windows 2000/XP, and CLS “locks up” when I try to run it in the full-screen mode. CLS works fine if I run it in a Window.
This situation appears to be caused by a conflict with the computer’s video support. It’s not a common problem with CLS, and it’s most often seen with clones built by a local vendor.
If you have this problem, make sure that your computer is not using the video support built into the motherboard. Install a decent (but inexpensive) video card in the PC, making sure that the motherboard’s video support has been disabled. To avoid driver conflicts, be sure to remove any unused drivers.
5. If you double-click on the CLS icon, it takes you back to the Windows desktop.
This problem may have several possible causes:
6. CLS is running too slow.
7. Where can I find the CLS documentation?
Complete on-line CLS documentation is provided in the form of Adobe PDF (portable document format) files. It can be read by Adobe Acrobat Reader version 4 or later.
The CLS on-line documentation is automatically copied to your hard disk when you install CLS. To access the on-line documentation, or to install Adobe Acrobat Reader (a free copy is included on the CLS CD-ROM), refer to Chapter 2 of the CLS Getting Started Guide.
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