Does system.gui.transform have specific graphics card requirements?

Good evening,

I have a system using system.gui.transform extensively. Every once in a seemingly random while the components being called by system.gui.transform will all go black when acted upon by some event. This seems to me it’s a graphics card problem? Ignition installation requirements are:

  • Dual-core processor
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 10 GB free HD space
  • (Requirements vary by usage)

But what are the graphics card requirements? When I reload the screen the black components are refreshed and usable again.

Thanks for any insight…

M720Q 16GB 256GB SSD 10T8S9N800
Line 1600 Base Model 10T8S9N800
Component Description
Chassis Intrusion Switch Chassis Intrusion Switch Tiny
Country USA
Processor Intel Core i5-8600T Processor (9MB Cache, up to 3.70GHz)
Ethernet Integrated Ethernet
Graphic Card Integrated Graphic Card
Keyboard USB Traditional Keyboard Black English
Power Adapter Tiny 65W adapter
Memory 16GB DDR4 2666MHz SoDIMM
Mouse USB Calliope Mouse Black
M.2 Storage Card 256GB Solid State Drive, M.2, PCIe, Opal, TLC
Platform Tiny B360
Preload Language Windows 10 Pro 64 English
Preload OS Windows 10 Pro 64
Preload Type Standard Image
Publications Publication-English
Speakers Internal Speaker Tiny
VESA Mount VESA Mount Tiny
Warranty 3 Year On-site
Wireless & Bluetooth Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 8265 2x2 AC, Bluetooth Version 4.2
Service 1 WARRANTY 3Y Premier Support

Specs attached. The graphics card is an integrated graphic card.

Java Swing isn’t hardware accelerated (unless you specifically opt-in) so it’s pretty unlikely.
In the gateway settings you could try toggling the direct3d/directdraw options:

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