[TC10.50b5 64bit Dark mode] Border not fully drawn in Configuration - FTP

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Re: [TC10.50b5 64bit Dark mode] Border not fully drawn in Configuration - FTP

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ghisler(Author) wrote: 2022-05-19, 07:44 UTC 2qdl
Not confirmed. Which font?

Display:1920x1080x16m (32 bit)

font:
Image: https://ibb.co/DbgRXqs

微软雅黑 = Microsoft YaHei

dpi=72/96/120
Not Ok

DPI=72:
Image: https://ibb.co/Gdkw6V4

DPI=96:
Image: https://ibb.co/712V038

DPI=120:
Image: https://ibb.co/WWPqGjG

when dpi > 120
OK

DPI=150:
Image: https://ibb.co/NrbJFPr

DPI=175:
Image: https://ibb.co/TWcq82f
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Re: [TC10.50b5 64bit Dark mode] Border not fully drawn in Configuration - FTP

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white wrote: 2022-05-18, 15:58 UTC With new ini, the dialog box font is set to Microsoft Sans Serif, size 8. This setting causes the glitch.
Tested OK using TC10.50b7 64bit dark mode and Windows 11.
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Seems to be fixed in TC 10.50b7 :-)
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Re: [TC10.50b5 64bit Dark mode] Border not fully drawn in Configuration - FTP

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petermad wrote: 2022-05-25, 23:16 UTC Seems to be fixed in TC 10.50b7 :-)
no!

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Display:1920x1080x16m (32 bit)
10.50b7:

ftp border:

when dpi <=79 ,not ok:
Image: https://ibb.co/km2m3Cj

when dpi >=80 ,ok:
Image: https://ibb.co/31ZLHPv


plugins border:

when dpi <=138 ,not ok:
Image: https://ibb.co/q5C3N5Q

when dpi >=139 ,ok:
Image: https://ibb.co/gVkh209
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when dpi <=79 ,not ok:
Sorry, I will not move it even more to the left. What's next? 10 dpi?
when dpi <=138 ,not ok:
Not confirmed with Microsoft Sans Serif, 8. Which font do you use?
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What's next? 10 dpi?
But this option has a limits. Isn't it? 72 dpi and not less. Thus the values from 72 and till 79 are valid according to your rules!
And they should produce rather good picture. And as we see - it's not true right now.
Also strange but for some reasons another place was not marked on the screens:
[img]https://i.ibb.co/0CJXskQ/1.png[/img]
here we also see the problematic place of the rendering.

And definitely there is a HUGE space for moving this element (editbox with seconds and the label 's') to the left.
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Which font do you use?
according to his screenshots he had already anticipated the question and answered in advance:
File List - Segoe UI,9
Main Window - Segoe UI,9
Dialog Box - Microsoft Sans Serif,8
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And definitely there is a HUGE space for moving this element (editbox with seconds and the label 's') to the left.
The space might depend on the Language used. There is already not enough space for the Bulgarian and the Georgian translation:

https://madsenworld.dk/tcmd/FTPBul.png
https://madsenworld.dk/tcmd/FTPGeo.png
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The space might depend on the Language used. There is already not enough space for the Bulgarian and the Georgian translation:
Good point!
But on such an occasion, it would not be a sin to finally make the whole dialogue wider - so that in other places in particular and for strings with translations into native languages. For it is clear even from the examples shown that there is not enough space for translations in just this one piece of dialogue!
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I will limit the width of the 's' field in code, it seems to be impossible via the dialog editor.
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Re: [TC10.50b5 64bit Dark mode] Border not fully drawn in Configuration - FTP

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ghisler(Author) wrote: 2022-05-26, 09:39 UTC
when dpi <=79 ,not ok:
Sorry, I will not move it even more to the left. What's next? 10 dpi?
when dpi <=138 ,not ok:
Not confirmed with Microsoft Sans Serif, 8. Which font do you use?
Image: https://ibb.co/RgKbLnm

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Not confirmed. I have set the DPI to 131 and the font to Microsoft Sans Serif, 8, and the elements on the "Plugins" page do not overlap.
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What's your scaling factor in Windows 10 itself? You can see it by right clicking on the desktop, there is a menu items to adjust the settings (sorry, don't know the exact name in English).
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ghisler(Author) wrote: 2022-06-14, 10:13 UTC What's your scaling factor in Windows 10 itself? You can see it by right clicking on the desktop, there is a menu items to adjust the settings (sorry, don't know the exact name in English).
scaling factor & display resolution already in the screenshot

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1920*1080 &
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when dpi <= 131,fixed in 10.50 rc2

in 10.50 rc2:
dpi change to 84 , plugins border nok, i dont care anymore,i set dpi=120
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