[solved] HighDPI issue with Favorite folders

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[solved] HighDPI issue with Favorite folders

#1 Post by alf5000 » 09.12.2016, 09:31

Favorite folders pop-up (Alt+Up) worked ok up to version 730

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later versions introduced HighDPI issue with Favourite folders:

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Re: HighDPI issue with Favorite folders

#2 Post by Marek » 11.12.2016, 19:04

For HighDPI monitor please use the option "Use Windows drawn menus" (Settings->View).
Program restart may be needed.

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Re: HighDPI issue with Favorite folders

#3 Post by alf5000 » 11.12.2016, 21:57

I tried 'Use Windows drawn menus' with no luck.
as I said before 730 is good but 731 and later have the issue.
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Re: HighDPI issue with Favorite folders

#4 Post by alf5000 » 02.01.2017, 21:58

735 also has the issue for Alt+ArrowUp popup.

btw.
'Use Windows drawn menus' doesn't have any effect on menus at all on FCXE 731 and later (I'll start another topic on this).
FCXE 735 always uses Windows drawn menus and ignores the settings.

but normal menus have good readability and don't have do that ugly clipping of letters (descenders).
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Re: HighDPI issue with Favorite folders

#5 Post by Marek » 07.01.2017, 15:33

Works ok for me in 736.
Try to activate the property "Disable display scaling on high DPI settings" on freecommander.exe.

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Re: HighDPI issue with Favorite folders

#6 Post by alf5000 » 07.01.2017, 18:25

FCXE 736 is o.k. :)

super, Marek.
thanks.
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