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From "Michele Mase'" <michele.m...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: jmeter GUI geometry size
Date Thu, 02 Apr 2015 08:37:00 GMT
Tx for you suggestion; I use 3 span  full hd monitors with a virtual
desktop of (3x1920) x 1080; jmeter as default uses about of 70% of your
desktop size; simply I don't want a huge centered jmeter window, I'm trying
to start jmeter with a smaller window; some other suggestions?
Regards
Michele Masè

On Mon, Mar 30, 2015 at 5:16 PM, Schouten, Xander <xander.schouten@cgi.com>
wrote:

> Michele,
>
> Check jmeter for setting like startup full screen window  (preferred NOT
> to start up full screen).
> If you do not find them it is OK  for *.conf and *.properties *.sh *.cmd
> *.bat file
> Also check the settings if using shortcuts or link startup.
>
> Now check your Monitor configuration.
> If you OS display Setup does not support multiple Monitors  you are out of
> luck.
>
> However if it does  check for a setting like extended desktop.
> On windows. NVDIA and/or Monitor adapter settings or whatever you monitor
> card is.
>         assuming you are on a windows system right click you desktop
>
> On Linux  the display config can be a bit more tricky as linux/unix system
> by default supports multiple desktop but not by default multiple displays
> So search for monitor/desktop settings to support more than 1 desktop.
> And your monitor display/driver settings to support multiple displays,
> Pick the combination you like best.
>
> ADVISE: Do not set geometry in jmeter, jmeter window or the java settings
> . Always keep the OS monitor settings as default and let jmeter use this
>  it will prevent that when you are hopping connections to a server with
> RDP, citrix, VNC or VM or ?. your desktop become unreadable (to small, to
> large, not supported, crash)
> Keep in mind that for every hopped connection the session settings must be
> mapped to your display.
>  So from 600 x 400 to 1600 x 900 to 1280 x1024 does not work  but from 600
> x 400 to 1280 x1024 to 1600 x 900 does.
>
> I have run jmeter on windows and linux environments with multiple monitors
> Shared and separated without any problem other than lack of display memory.
>
>
> Met vriendelijke groeten / Kind regards /  Mit freundlichem Gruß, :-)
> Xander Schouten | Nethelands Operation, GIS Tooling | CGI
> Tel: 088 5648300 M: 06 15630260
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michele Mase' [mailto:michele.mase@gmail.com]
> Sent: maandag 30 maart 2015 14:53
> To: JMeter Users List
> Subject: Re: jmeter GUI geometry size
>
> Anyone?
>
> On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 10:07 AM, Michele Mase' <michele.mase@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
> > LAunching jmeter gui with one monitor works without problems.
> > With span monitors configuration, jmeter's gui span across two
> > monitors, with a huge window.
> > Is it possible via command line to launch the GUI with a specified
> > geometry size (eg 70% or 600x400)?
> > Regards
> > Michele Masè
>

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