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Unable to use Examlab in HP Mini

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Devaka Cooray wrote:Well, being a beta version, it may contain some errors. In general, you should be able to start the diagnostic exam by clicking the button. If not, you *might* be able to do that after changing your screen resolution to 1024 by 768 pixels and then restarting the software. I'll look into this problem with the next release

I am using a HP Mini Laptop and am trying to use the new release of ExamLab. I am unable to change the view of the software to fit my window size, esp the buttons to move to next question is not seen.
I have set my screen resolution to 1024 * 768 pixels and restarted the system.(as mentioned in the thread quoted
Inspite of doing this, I am unable to view the full screen of the Software. I could only view the first question and am unable to move forwards because the next button( or any other buttons which are present at the bottom of the page) is not visible.
If anyone else is facing/has faced the same/similar problem and has a solution, please let me know what I should do to solve this problem.

Thanks in advance,
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Hi Meena,

I understand it's awkward to enforce to use a one specific resolution. I don't know if there are any workaround that you can use for now to get this done on your HP Mini. But I think I will eliminate this resolution problem with the next release. Sorry for the inconvenience.


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