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>-----Original Message----- >I have set the display to 600x800 pixels. Anytime I need >to reboot the display is reset to 480x600 (larger icons). >Is there any way I can have the 600x800 setting saved so >that after a reboot the display will remain 600x800? >. > I would suggest that you make sure you have the newest drivers for your monitor and you video card....

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    >-----Original Message-----
    >I have set the display to 600x800 pixels. Anytime I
    need
    >to reboot the display is reset to 480x600 (larger
    icons).
    >Is there any way I can have the 600x800 setting saved so
    >that after a reboot the display will remain 600x800?
    >.
    >
    I would suggest that you make sure you have the newest
    drivers for your monitor and you video card.

    emanon Guest

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    Steve Altman wrote:
    > I have set the display to 600x800 pixels. Anytime I need
    > to reboot the display is reset to 480x600 (larger icons).
    > Is there any way I can have the 600x800 setting saved so
    > that after a reboot the display will remain 600x800?

    You could have a look at this and see if it helps
    [url]http://www.dougknox.com/xp/scripts_desc/xp_save_settings.htm[/url]

    Vincent Finn Guest

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    Ummm,
    Just a thought , but you have checked some naughty person hasn't inverted
    your monitor as a joke haven't you?
    Used to be popular at our school. That and the ghost mouse.
    But we won't go there.
    Chek

    "nick" <com> wrote in message
    news:017e01c3602a$00bec0e0$gbl... 


    Chek Guest

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    I have this data from table
    cn=Glenn A Robinsn,ou=WBS,ou=Local,ou=HUT,o=NAP,c=US

    I want abe to break it down when I try to display on the page look like this

    cn=Glenn A Robinsn,
    ou=WBS,ou=Local,ou=HUT,o=NAP,c=US

    Here is my syntax:

    <cfset name ="cn=Glenn A Robinsn,ou=WBS,ou=Local,ou=HUT,o=NAP,c=US">
    <cfset full_name = mid(name, 1, find(',', name, 1)-1)>
    <cfoutput>#full_name#</cfoutput><br>

    Results:
    =================
    cn=Glenn A Robinsn,
    ............ I don't know the second part??

    Thanks


    newcf Guest

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    Use list functions.
    Dan Bracuk Guest

  6. #6

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    Would you more be specific?

    thanks
    newcf Guest

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    <cfset name ="cn=Glenn A Robinsn,ou=WBS,ou=Local,ou=HUT,o=NAP,c=US">
    <cfset firstPair = ListFirst(name)>
    <cfset full_name = ListLast(firstPair,"=")>
    <cfoutput>#full_name#</cfoutput>

    The first line sets you variable. The second line gets the first item in the
    list (comma delimited by default).

    The third line gets the last item in that list. In this case, it is specifying
    "=" as the delimiter and therefore treating the value as a list of values
    delimited by a "=".

    For short syntax, you could use:
    <cfset full_name = ListLast(ListFirst(name),"=")>

    Make sense?

    SteveBryant Guest

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    :D
    PaulKD Guest

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    PaulKD ,

    Actually, I want it to display like this. I was kind a hurry for posting the original message.

    cn=Glenn A Robinsn, ou=WBS,
    ou=Local,ou=HUT,o=NAP,c=US

    Thanks
    newcf Guest

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    You have since changed your requirement. You want the first two items on the
    first line, not just the first.

    Do a loop from 1 to the listlen. Output the listgetat(whatever your index is)
    followed by a comma. If your index variable is 2, put in a break tag.

    Originally posted by: newcf
    Would you more be specific?

    thanks



    Dan Bracuk Guest

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