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LoadRunner Controller UI Problem

I'n having an ongoing issue with LoadRunner Controller running on a VM, I'm connecting to the VM with RDP. After connecting when I launch Controller the Scenario Schedule part of the UI is clipped off and I cannot set up a schedule for the test run. Please see picture - other parts of the UI are also problematic as well. I've tried setting the Display options in RDP to differnet resolutions but the issue persists. Is there a way to set the UI layout back to derfault? What is best resolution to use with RDP and LoadRunner apps?

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Re: LoadRunner Controller UI Problem

It looks like you have an issue with your Windows fonts, some applications do not work well when you change the e.g. DPI or related settings.

Go to 'Control Panel' -> 'All Control Panel Items' -> 'Display' (right click on your desktop and select 'Screen resolution' and go from there to 'Make text and other items larger or smaller').

Experiment with settings and look around for settings that are different than the default (100%).

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Re: LoadRunner Controller UI Problem

Hi,

Can you please try to login to the VM using a different user? Do you still get the same issue?

If not then you can delete your current User profile from that VM and create it again. 

Please let us know.

Adrian

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