Author Topic: DPI scaling bugs  (Read 3200 times)

stax76

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Hi,

MediaMonkey has broken DPI scaling since years so I hope I have more luck here, I use 288 DPI, 4K display and Windows 10, to migrate my custom field I think I need the following dialog:


Steven

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could you try this version to see if its better:
http://musicbee.niblseed.com/V3_0/MusicBee3_Patched.zip

unzip and replace the existing files where musicbee is installed

stax76

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Thanks for the quick response, the labels are fine now but the plus/minus buttons are not yet fixed.

I was surprised you use WinForms btw, because of the the skinning I always thought it's WPF. I've also done a larger WinForms app (StaxRip dating back to .NET 1.0) with lot's of custom drawing, WinAPI calls and so on, next app I definitively try something different like xaml or html.
Last Edit: January 15, 2017, 09:45:26 PM by stax76

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There is a small issue with the tabs captions of the tag editor.
Last Edit: March 12, 2017, 10:36:40 PM by stax76

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There is a small issue with the tabs captions of the tag editor.
i also have a high dpi screen (175%) and it scales the tabs fine but in your case windows has actually set the width as though a small font is being used. As the scaling for that particular control is set by windows, i will leave this unsolved