can you provide some more information on what the top bar looks like (screen shot would help)?
Do you have Appcenter running?
See the my mobile screen image
It’s the bar with the cocktail glass on it
On the mc75 the time isnt shown on this bar and when you are in a program you get a little ‘x’ there so you can exit the present window
On the MC65 that time is there permanently and hides the exit button
The application works fine 0n MC50 and Mc75 its only the mc65 that’s a pain in the XXXX
Barry, thanks to MSFT there has been some cosmetic changes in Windows Mobile when it was rebranded as Windows Embedded 6.5. MC65 is running WEH6.5 whereas the other models you have named are running Windows Mobile 5.0 or Windows Mobile 6.1 at best.
I dug out from my archives some info that my be helpful...
Here are some cosmetic Issues to watch out for when deploying an app developed for WinMo to WEH6.5:
–Application Icons get scaled to for new Start menu
–Task Tray Icons do not work with New Home Screen
Can change to Classic Mode of Home Screen
–Title bar is smaller to accommodate larger Menu Bar (10 pixels on VGA)
While client area is the same, Applications that hardcoded the start position or hide menu bar without hiding Title bar could have a cosmetic issue
–Start Menu moved from Title Bar (top) to Menu Bar (bottom)
–Soft Keys (Menu Items) replaced with bubbles
Bubbles allow less characters in menu strings (approx 2 characters for VGA in portrait orientation)
Tool Tips display complete string
–Selectable (ie: file explorer) lists have increased spacing to improve “Finger Friendliness”
Number of items displayed in given area of list controls may not be consistent with previous versions
–Some browser differences due to IE
Below are more to consider that is specific to the issue you have described:
1. Title bar was shrunk (approximately 10 pixels on VGA screen)
2. Menu bar increased (by amount title bar was shrunk)
Provides same usable area to applications
Should not affect most applications
Applications which hard coded screen coordinates and/or offsets for title bar may require modification
3. OK and Close buttons moved from Title Bar to Menu bar
4. Size and look of Soft Keys changed to “Bubbles”
Text may be clipped in some bubbles, tool tip on hover will display full string