I've been a long time gone but when I have a problem guess where I go for advice??
Anyway, I got a new computer w/Windows 7 and have got a real problem getting my RealTime HUD to work. It reads the PokerStars HH all right and even archives them but it is not putting the HUD up on screen. One tell I have is that when I open the play table it will flash onto the RT window then disappear whereas it used to always stay on under the "My session" title as would the PS Replay screen (where the HUD used to be displayed). If I could only figure out why My sessions (play and Replay tables) are not staying on the RT window I think the problem would be solved.
Question - is Windows 7 my most probable problem? Window XP worked very well on the old computer.
Thanks to anyone with good advice.
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Thread: Trouble with RealTime HUD
February 25th, 2011 #1
Trouble with RealTime HUD
February 25th, 2011 #2
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I've never heard of this HUD, and searching I can't find anything useful. Looks like it stopped being worked on, people started having lots of problems and stopped using it.
February 25th, 2011 #3
Go get the trial version of PT3, see if that works for you.Luck is a Residue of Design.
February 25th, 2011 #4
PROBLEM SOLVED - It was Windows 7 but they provided a solution.
Turns out if you go to application program (or it's shortcut icon) and right click and go to 'Properties' and then to 'Compatiblity" you can reset the operation system (Windows 7) to an earlier version that the program worked under b4 - which was Windows XP in my case.
Damn I hate computers - lol. That only took 7 days to figure out!!!
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