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Graphs size using windows task scheduler - scripting graphs larger than the display

ih

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Sep 30, 2016

Is there a way to script graph builder to create and save an image that is larger than the current display resolution?  When a JSL script to create and save image files using a batch file is ran using task scheduler, (whether user is logged in or not) the display size is small so saved pictures are also small.  Is there some way to save an image larger than the display resolution of the current session, or some other way to script this?

 

Attached is a zip file containing a .bat and a .jsl script as an example, unzip and move them to C:/temp.  Run the batch file interactively and only the largest graph will be smaller than expected (unless you have a 4k screen).  Run it using task scheduler and 800 + will be the same size.

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txnelson

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Jun 22, 2012

Solution

If you place your Graph Builder display in a Flexible Scroll Box() the size of the display can excede the display size.  

This may allow you to save the image as a larger image.

Jim
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txnelson

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Jun 22, 2012

Solution

If you place your Graph Builder display in a Flexible Scroll Box() the size of the display can excede the display size.  

This may allow you to save the image as a larger image.

Jim
ih

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Sep 30, 2016

Yes that works great, thank you!