All of a sudden, today, none of my Surfer automation programs are working and it looks like the culprit is the Shapes collection. I see there are 5 Shapes collections and in the past I've just referenced it as "Shapes = Plot.Shapes". The error I'm getting now is a COM Exception error
Default axis settings are out of range. Resetting to auto.
I'm running my programs under VB.Net and Windows just did an update, but I don't think it's a Windows error, as the version on this computer is Windows 10 Version 1803 Build 17134.1130. The same program runs on my laptop which has a newer verion of Win 10 (1809, bd 17763.864).
Does simply using Shapes in Scripter throw a similar error and should we be using Shapes5? There does not appear to be anything in the documentation to explain the diferences in Shapes collections, other than Shapes5 has more goodies than Shapes.
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