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  1. A user in the Czech Republic recently contacted us after installing RockWorks17 on a new computer. On startup RockWorks displayed this error message: No mapping for the Unicode character exists in the target... and the program generated a bug report: exception class : EFDException exception message : [FireDAC][Comp][Clnt]-340. Driver ID is not defined. Set TFDConnection.DriverName or add DriverID to your connection definition. As it turned out, the connection parameters were correctly defined in the project's "menus.ini" file. But the defau
  2. LogPlot8 supports Unicode characters, but older versions did not, and many non-English-language characters were not supported. If you are a Windows10 user, here are some steps you can follow to display specific language characters in programs which are not Unicode-compatible. Open the Windows Control Panel. Click Time and Language. Click Region and Language. Scroll down, below the languages which are displayed, and click Administrative Language Settings. Under the section "Language for non-Unicode programs" be sure it is set to the desired lang
  3. Molly

    LogPlot Exports

    A user recently asked: Just wondering whether you might be able to tell me where im going wrong. I have imported a .las file an constructed some basic logs of the data. I can view these in the Logplot view window. However when I go to export into an EMF format, all the options are greyed out, even jpeg export and other export options. Is there something I have forgot? Our reply to their email bounced, so we'll post it here: The exports are disabled in the LogPlot trial version. You are welcome to contact our support staff (tech at rockware.com) for more details, to send us a sample log, et
  4. Molly

    LogPlot Exports

    A user recently asked: Just wondering whether you might be able to tell me where im going wrong. I have imported a .las file an constructed some basic logs of the data. I can view these in the Logplot view window. However when I go to export into an EMF format, all the options are greyed out, even jpeg export and other export options. Is there something I have forgot? Our reply to their email bounced, so we'll post it here: The exports are disabled in the LogPlot trial version. You are welcome to contact our support staff (tech at rockware.com) for more details, to send us a sample log, et
  5. A LogPlot7 user in Europe started encountering problems after a LogPlot update which also coincided with a Windows update. Each time he tried to access the Compile window in LogPlot, he was the message "Unable to create or display the Depth dialog." We discovered that the Compile window depths and scale, and the log design's Page Setup settings were displaying very, very large numbers, thus mucking up all hopes of meaningful pagination and scaling in LogPlot. Importantly - the Page Setup window showed mixed number formats: the printer settings at the top of the window showed numbers like
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