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||Posted - Jan 16 2020 : 08:19:23 AM
Hello, I'm using visual studio with 2 monitors, my primary monitor is 4k and secondary is 1080p. When visual studio is moved to secondary monitor navbar renders very big, and VA view and outline have weird line on the left side.
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||Posted - Feb 20 2020 : 11:10:31 PM
case=137527 is fixed in build 2366.
That adds PMA support to VA Nav Bar. Updates for other UI elements are in progress.
||Posted - Jan 17 2020 : 08:54:17 AM
Thank you for the update. This is actually a known problem, and we are working on a fix for this, but I don't currently have an estimate for when the fix will be ready, but hopefully soon:
||Posted - Jan 16 2020 : 3:21:18 PM
Yeah, it fixes va scaling, but visual studio becomes blurry.
||Posted - Jan 16 2020 : 3:09:28 PM
Can you please look and see if you have the IDE setting:
IDE tools menu -> Options -> Environment -> General -> Optimize rendering for screens with different pixel densities (requires restart)
turned On or Off. If this is turned On can you please try turning this to Off and restarting the IDE, and see if this makes any difference?
||Posted - Jan 16 2020 : 2:52:40 PM
License: firstname.lastname@example.org (Non-renewable Academic license) Support ends 2020.02.12
VA_X.dll file version 10.9.2358.0 built 2019.12.19
DevEnv.exe version 16.4.29709.97 Community
msenv.dll version 16.0.29709.11
Comctl32.dll version 6.10.18362.592
Windows 10 10.0 1909 Build 18363.592
16 processors (x86-64, WOW64)
Language info: 1252, 0x409
Yes, i'm just dragging it to smaller monitor. No other tools.
||Posted - Jan 16 2020 : 2:41:45 PM
Which IDE and version of VA are you using?
I can see in the screen shot you are using VS2019, but which version?
How are you moving the IDE from one monitor to the other monitor? Are you setting it to be not full screen and then mouse dragging the window to the other monitor, and then maximising it again? Or are you using some other method?
Are you using any software tools to help you work with multiple monitors?