When a group is selected in the tree view, the servers underneath it are displayed in a thumbnail view. The thumbnails can show the actual server windows or simply the connection status. Global thumbnail view properties can be adjusted via the [Tools.Options.Client Area] tab while group/server-specific settings are in Display Settings.
Depending on the bandwidth available from your machine, you will want to limit Windows UI features to improve performance. The connection speed drop down can be used to set all options together, or they can be individually customized. The features are: desktop backgrounds, showing full window contents when dragging, menu and window animation, and windows themes.
.NET Framework 4.8 improves support for hosted HWNDs and Windows Forms interoperation in High-DPI WPF applications on platforms that support Mixed-Mode DPI scaling (starting with Windows 10 April 2018 Update). When hosted HWNDs or Windows Forms controls are created as Mixed-Mode DPI-scaled windows by calling SetThreadDpiHostingBehavior and SetThreadDpiAwarenessContext, they can be hosted in a Per-Monitor V2 WPF application and are sized and scaled appropriately. Such hosted content is not rendered at the native DPI; instead, the operating system scales the hosted content to the appropriate size. The support for Per-Monitor v2 DPI awareness mode also allows WPF controls to be hosted (that is, parented) in a native window in a high-DPI application.
WPF windows straddling multiple monitors with different DPI settings (Multi-DPI setup) are now completely rendered without blacked-out regions. You can opt out of this behavior by adding the following line to the section of the app.config file to disable this new behavior:
WPF in .NET Framework 4.6 supports transparent child windows in Windows 8.1 and above. This allows you to create non-rectangular and transparent child windows in your top-level windows. You can enable this feature by setting the HwndSourceParameters.UsesPerPixelTransparency property to true.
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) certified, FortiEDR prevents data exfiltration in the event of system compromise. It delivers virtual patching to shield POS systems from vulnerabilities in between scheduled maintenance windows.
All of the machines involved in the test are HTPC/Gaming (all DIY construction with high end motherboards, fast CPUs, lots of memory and and embarassingly large investment in graphics cards), and as such are configured with no power savings other than CPU throttling. No sleep, no suspend, no hybrid sleep, literally the only power saving mode allowed is CPU throttling. All drives are traditional platter types, WD Velociraptors for the OS/programs, 1TB and up class drives for storage. I mention this in case power management states could be involved, let me know if you are "greener" than I am. :)
Copy and paste suddenly stopped working last night on all applications including Notepad, Firefox, Word and command prompt. The laptop was not used for rdp sessions. Advanced SystemCare was not installed. There was no IE browser open. Avast reported no virus. No windows updates were recently applied.
Im on windows 8 and am having that same problem as all of you are having on your win7. And before my copy and paste stopped working I was and am still having issues with double and triple clicking. I will click once onto something but it does a double or triple click. Like the other day I went to open my browser and oh my god it went crazy. I must of had 20 browsers opened by the time I could get it to stop opening them. and when i click on a bookmark it goes nuts, up and down and down and up and it will also go side to side with the menu tabs at the top, weird crazy stuff. It was so bad 1 day i had to hit the power button to shut it down to make it stop. windows8 does some crazy stuff. I have ran windows defender and some other scans and nothing shows up as any viruses, but my computer acts very strange at times and now this new issue with the copy and paste is the newest weird thing it just stated doing. Been thinking about calling up dell tech but I can barely understand them people.
On a Vista Business platform with IE9 I had:1) no copy & paste. 2) Opening folder (s/b same window) always opened in a new window. Turning separate folder off in the Explorer registry key instead caused the folder to not open at all.CAUSE: The above problems were in a direct relationship to a corrupt IE installation caused by running the install in Win XP Compatibility mode. Seemed registry and component related.SOLUTION: Due to a lack of restore points I ultimately chose to:
1) Under "Programs and Features" you can ask to see an Update History. So on whatever platform, you are looking for the history of windows updates rather the the installed programs history.2) I Uninstalled IE9. This restored clipboard cut & paste and open folder in same window.3) I Uninstalled IE8. If IE8 is installed and it might apply in your case. I did in order to catch any possible problems in IE8. My corrupt install targeted IE8. Additionally, the IE Launch button was broken.4) (in progress) Re-install your IE8 versions. I have IE8 cross-browser testing on a web page so plan to run IE8 for a week.Anyway, I've seen mentions of IE involvement in Explorer issues. And that IE is an integrated part of the OS and Win Explorer.
At any rate I too am using Citrix and found that there are essentially 2 clipboards, one for ctirix and one for windows. Closing IE windows, any memory leaks, and citrix and relaunching again resolved my issue as well. Transfer between clipboards is congruent.
I need your help. I followed the instructions and ended the process rdpclip.exe, opened another program and then went back to task manager and selected new task which I located on my laptop in windows/winsxs/amd64 etc
On Non-Enterprise editions of Windows 10, KB4023057 installs a new application called Microsoft Update Health Tools: -us/topic/kb4023057-update-for-windows-10-update-service-components-fccad0ca-dc10-2e46-9ed1-7e392450fb3a. Added logic to ensure that the Windows Update Medic Service is deactivated including after re-enabling and deactivating Windows Updates using the Update tab.
Sib. 7.5: Photoscore Ultimate 7 - How well does it work & is it worth $250 Posted by Sue Williams - 12 Aug 04:20PM Hide picture How well does Photoscore Ultimate work with Sibeluis on MAC OSX and is it worth the $250 price? I have had mixed results using Photoscore lite and Sibelius and am not sure it is worth the money to upgrade to Photoscore Ultimate. Back to top | Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.5: Photoscore Ultimate 7 - How well does it work & is it worth $250 Posted by Laurence Payne - 12 Aug 05:02PM Hide picture I'd say "Mixed results" are a pretty good summing-up!I THINK (and I'll be swiftly corrected if I'm wrong :-) that Ultimate and Lite now use the same basic engine. So, it's about "features". Here's the feature comparison list: PS may be useful to you, with the type of score you import. I get good results from scores that were made in Sibelius or another notation program. I normally turn off all text recognition - correction is more trouble than manual re-entering. I would love to hear from anyone who has got results from a handwritten score, unless the copyist had really excellent calligraphy.If you want to post a page or two of JPG, I (or someone else) will be glad to run it through PS Ultimate as a test. Back to top | Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.5: Photoscore Ultimate 7 - How well does it work & is it worth $250 Posted by Michael Casey - 12 Aug 05:58PM Hide picture I have had variable results with PhotoScore Ultimate 7 and I use it quite a bit. I find that some time spent in the editor (before sending to Sibelius) is worth its weight in gold. You can then correct spurious triplets or putting them in where needed and correcting faulty rhythm. Then sending the result to Sibelius. More often than not I find that I can do some portions of a score fairly successfully in PU7 and rewrite the not so successful transcriptions in Sibelius directly. Like Laurence said, forget about lyrics! In sum, it IS worth experimenting with to begin with. I have not tried any handwritten scores..... I am too much of a coward and too fast at playing the material into Sibelius itself to go down that route. Back to top | Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.5: Photoscore Ultimate 7 - How well does it work & is it worth $250 Posted by Robin Walker - 12 Aug 06:27PM Hide picture > I'd say "Mixed results" are a pretty good summing-up!> If you want to post a page or two of JPG, I (or someone else) will be glad to run it through PS Ultimate as a test.Well, if the scans are compressed with JPEG, it's not surprising that "mixed results" are obtained.An OCR/OMR application works best with the virgin uncompressed scan image, as might be encoded in TIFF.Of course, every consumer scanner on the market defaults to JPEG compression, so one has to be prepared to fight that and configure them to deliver uncompressed scan images.-- Sibelius 7.5.1/7.1.3/6.2/5.2.5, PhotoScore Ult 7.0.2, Dolet 6.3 for Sibelius, Windows 7 32-bit SP1, 4GB RAM Back to top | Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.5: Photoscore Ultimate 7 - How well does it work & is it worth $250 Posted by Michael Casey - 12 Aug 07:21PM Hide picture I find that the best results are obtained using PDF files saved in the grey (gray) scale mode. This might help. Back to top | Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.5: Photoscore Ultimate 7 - How well does it work & is it worth $250 Posted by Laurence Payne - 13 Aug 12:22AM Hide picture > > I'd say "Mixed results" are a pretty good summing-up!> > > If you want to post a page or two of JPG, I (or someone else) will be glad to run it through PS Ultimate as a test.> > Well, if the scans are compressed with JPEG, it's not surprising that "mixed results" are obtained.> > An OCR/OMR application works best with the virgin uncompressed scan image, as might be encoded in TIFF.> > Of course, every consumer scanner on the market defaults to JPEG compression, so one has to be prepared to fight that and configure them to deliver uncompressed scan images.The JPG issue is a bit of a red herring! I only suggested sending in this format because it's one the forum will accept. All my comments applied to reading scores in PDF. Back to top | Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.5: Photoscore Ultimate 7 - How well does it work & is it worth $250 Posted by Wim Hoogewerf - 13 Aug 07:44AM Hide picture I'm a big fan of PhotoScore Ultimate to get rhythm, pitches and voices into Sibelius. I use it frequently, so for me, as a time-saver it's certainly worth the investment. It needs careful scanning however: perfectly horizontal staves (I sometimes use a razor to adapt the top of the page of the original), correct values based upon 240 dpi TIFF for a 7mm staff. I do all rhythm corrections in PhotoScore itself, especially for multiplets or delete some measures if they're really messed up. But I also use PDFtoMusic Pro, when the original is a PDF generated by a notation program. Not only Finale or Sibelius, but also Logic Pro.-- MacOS 10.9.2 Back to top | Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.5: Photoscore Ultimate 7 - How well does it work & is it worth $250 Posted by Sue Williams - 13 Aug 04:47PM Hide picture Thank you everyone for your input, it is greatly appreciated, a big help! Back to top | Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.5: Photoscore Ultimate 7 - How well does it work & is it worth $250 Posted by Richard Vitale - 13 Aug 05:01PM Hide picture > I normally turn off all text recognition - correction is more trouble than manual re-entering. > When I use Photoscore Lite, chords are not transferred at all.Is this the way Photoscore works or am I missing a setting?-- Richie Vitale-Sib 7.1.3 UseriMac 2.66 Ghz Intel/Lion/4 GB RAM Back to top | Allthreads Re: Sib. 7.5: Photoscore Ultimate 7 - How well does it work & is it worth $250 Posted by Dennis Larson - 15 Aug 01:47AM Hide picture The list on the Neuratron/PS website will show the differences between the Lite and Ultimate programs. I would say much depends upon what type of material you're planning to scan. I have *mixed results* with scores: some are interpreted very well, and others, well, not so good.But, overall (and I use it a lot)... I find that it saves me time over starting from scratch. Many (but not all) dynamics, slurs, ties (don't let them get mixed up), etc. will be included. If not in the appropriate place, at least it becomes a reminder to check the original score for clarity and correction. As previously mentioned, the quality of your original score has a huge impact on your results.Handwritten scores? I've had zero success -- it's such a mish-mash of corrections that is much easier to enter manually in Sibelius.The accuracy of your scans in Ultimate vs. Lite won't be much different (use grayscale, not B&W), but if your needs include what is mentioned in the Neuratron website comparison list... well, for me, it was worth it.As an aside, I do think that with the processing power now available, a suitable scanning software could even offer alternate interpretations of measures (click on the correct one). While interpreting scanned music is an extremely complex thing, it would seem that instead of "black dots on a page", there could be several models of interpretation offered: vocal+piano, orchestral, solo piano, SATB+piano, etc. That could aid in the "reading" process. (Neuratron, are you listening??)Only you can determine if the upgrade is worthwhile. But do note that the "reading" engine is not different from the Lite version.-- Dennis LarsonSibelius 7.5.1 / PhotoScore Pro 7.0.2+Dell Studio XPS9000 / Core i7 / 8GBWin7 Pro 64-bit+Lenovo Yoga Pro2 / Core i7 / 8GB / Win8.1 Home 64-bit Back to top | Allthreads 2b1af7f3a8