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Why form layout looks different between PC

Posted on 2014-01-29
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Hi experts
I wonder why the same Winform program looks different in different PCs.
Both PCs use Windows 7.

Could someone tell me how I might fix it.

Please refer to the screenshot.

Thanks.
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by:chaau
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What about other programs on the machine with classic look? Are they also look classic? Can you check for example notepad?
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Looks also different as per screenshot.
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chaau earned 500 total points
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It is then the Windows 7 personalisation. Right click on the Windows Desktop and select Personalise. It will open the Control Panel->Personalisation. I bet it is Windows Classic that is selectedpersonalisationSelect any Windows 7 Aero theme, and you will get your nice controls back
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by:dominicwong
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Thanks chaau for your help.
It means it is something beyond my C# Winform program.
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