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    Default Windows 10 fall Creator Update - can not edit text

    After update can not edit text, action off by two characters. Very slow to start and change pages. Any fix or work around?
    Tried this on two separate computers.

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    Windows 10 periodically messes up many windows programs that were never designed to be run on W10. Most win10 users wait until the next update to see if it gets fixed or backs out of the current update. Trying things like changing permissions, logging in as Admin, run as admin, or other things sometimes helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by George0130 View Post
    After update can not edit text, action off by two characters. Very slow to start and change pages. Any fix or work around?
    Tried this on two separate computers.
    can you confirm that Nof zoom is at 100% default

    also, are desktop fonts on 100% normal, because Nof was not designed for interface scaling to larger desktop fonts

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    Set Properties to:
    run - windows 8
    override DPI scaling - desktop at 125%
    run as admin.

    NOF - zoom to 100%

    This seems to work OK, still slow to open and open sites.

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    I am using Win7 and Nof15 works at lightning speed, however I hardly use it these days since I moved to other software

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    I refer to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NetObjects_Fusion

    It says NetObjects Fusion 2015 (ie the latest edition) does not work on Windows 10. Some posts say Win10 64-bit may be a problem. How about working well on Win10 32-bit? Is there an update on this?

    I am currently using NetObjects Fusion 2015 on Win7, and it works fine. As my PC is getting old, I would like to change to Win10 PC but am hesitant. Appreciate any advise. Tks.

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    There is no reason to not use both old and new computers and put a KVM IOGear switch to switch the monitor, mouse, and keyboard back and forth between both PC's. NOF was not made to work with win10. But most users can use win10 but some have reported problems. There are no guarantees. I don't use win10 but I do use win server 2016 which is based on win10 code and it works on old or new hardware and runs all the apps I have loaded.

    A lot of people don't like to use more than one pc. They want to get rid of the old pc quick. Why? If it works why get rid of it. The users I know that have more than one pc have the best of both worlds.

    If you map network drives on multiple pc's, you can see all the files on all the other computers and you can move files back and forth. All windows OS since win95 have had built in networking. All you have to do is run some RJ45 cables between pc's or to switches/hubs if you have more than 2 pc.

    I wouldn't bet the farm based on anything wikipedia says about anything. I like wikipedia and I even occasionally donate money to them but the information in their wiki can be misleading and even flat out wrong sometimes. You got to check out multiple sources.
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    I use NOF 15 on both a desktop and laptop running Win 10, fully updated with no problems at all.
    The only changes to my NOF setup are : a) sites are saved to a Data drive (D) and not the Windows drive (usually C) and b) I have always turned off Autosave since NOF 7
    NOF is only used now for one legacy website, but when others were still active I had no problems

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