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transoft26-Aug-11 7:11
transoft26-Aug-11 7:11 
"You only say that you think the function is supposed to work differently."

I did not say "I think". I actually tried the function and got the results. I tried on different machine (XP, VISTA, WIN 7). I used exact same configuration. But I got different results.

Thank you for your time to answer the question.

If you want to know what I mean you might need to try this function call on different machine. Then you will get what I got.

My question is very simple "GetCharABCWidthsFloat returns different values on XP, Vista and Windows 7, why?". You guy make it complicate.

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