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Topic Title: DPI 15 and Visual Studio code compatibility
Topic Summary: Does DPI 15 interfere with Visual Studio code functionality?
Created On: 06/08/2019 06:07 PM
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 DPI 15 and Visual Studio code compatibility   - awomanonwheels - 06/08/2019 06:07 PM  
 DPI 15 and Visual Studio code compatibility   - wheels496 - 06/10/2019 09:08 AM  
 DPI 15 and Visual Studio code compatibility   - awomanonwheels - 06/10/2019 11:01 AM  
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 06/08/2019 06:07 PM
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awomanonwheels
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Hello all,

is it possible for Dragon to interfere with the functionality of Visual Studio code?

In my attempt to learn JavaScript, I can't get my script.js page to load into the console. I've tried this on my work laptop and my home laptop to no avail. A coworker with the exact same work laptop is mine was able to get Visual Studio code to work on his laptop with no problem.

The only difference between his computer and mine is Dragon.

Could this be my problem?

 06/10/2019 09:08 AM
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wheels496
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I would be very surprised if Dragon was causing the script to run differently. I use visual studio as well (C#, JavaScript et cetera). Yes there are issues dictating into studio and it cannot correct any mistakes but I wouldn't say it had interfered with the running overdue studio.

Thanks
 06/10/2019 11:01 AM
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awomanonwheels
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Thanks for getting back to me on this question.

Something else is affecting both my work laptop and home laptop.

Thanks again!

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