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ICM Script Editor Super Sized Nodes

I'm using ICM v7.2(4) Script Editor and for some reason a selection of my scripts appear to have oversized nodes. Every node, regardless of type, is at least the size of a Queue to Skill Group node.

If I export the script and import it to another ICM system the node size remains super sized. There doesn't appear to be a way to return them to their normal proportions.

If I copy a wide node to a normal script and hit save it then 'contaminates' that script and changes all its nodes to "wide screen".

Has anybody come across this before and know of a fix?

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Re: ICM Script Editor Super Sized Nodes

I think I was the first to report this bug and caused the ES to be created. You can download and install this on your AWs and client AWs.

ICM7.2.4_ES3.exe

Regards,

Geoff

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Re: ICM Script Editor Super Sized Nodes

I've ran into the same thing using 7.2(4) too. However, in my case they are not all supersize. Just a few. Adjust your resolution on your screen and see if that helps. I'm using mstsc and have 1280/1024. I have not tested how this behaves using internet script editor, might want to try that.

david

Re: ICM Script Editor Super Sized Nodes

I just ran into this yesterday aswell, I was unable to find a fix. Obviously a bug! mine is also 7.2(4)..

Chad

Re: ICM Script Editor Super Sized Nodes

btw, I upgraded to 7.2.5 from 7.2.4 a couple of weeks ago and i have not seen that behaviour since, but then again I didn't find any sign of this bug in the bug toolkit. Anyone else seeing this in 7.2.5?

david

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Re: ICM Script Editor Super Sized Nodes

I think I was the first to report this bug and caused the ES to be created. You can download and install this on your AWs and client AWs.

ICM7.2.4_ES3.exe

Regards,

Geoff

Re: ICM Script Editor Super Sized Nodes

Geoff,

ROCK ON!!

Chad

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Re: ICM Script Editor Super Sized Nodes

Thanks Geoff, installing ES3 fixed the issue.

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