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Program looks different with different resolutions

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My application looks great. Unfortunately, when I run it on machines with different resolutions
than the one I used to develop, it looks different. Is there a property I could set to force any
PC to view my application the same way I developed it? Thanks!
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For what is is worth, I have a similar problem, only worst, in different operating systems. I acn design a program in Win 98, and when I run it on XP the colors and such change so much that sometimes you cannot even read the lettering properly. Real pain in the ...
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Thats not cool. I'm designing on XP and haven't even tried it on 98 yet!
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<<Thats not cool. I'm designing on XP and haven't even tried it on 98 yet!>>

    You might want to test on all system. I have abput 10 computers with all sorts of OS's to test my software on. Every time MS comes out with a new system, it costs me <g>. It does seem (just off-hand, don't hold me to this), that programs developed under XP look better under 98 than programs developed under 98 look on XP. I think 98 just has simpler displays, so less to go wrong.
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