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I guess this is self-explanatory.
You have a screen with very high resolution and setup Windows magnification to 200% or so?
Correct. But these were the exact same settings with Studio 2019 and this did not happen.
Are you sure you didn't run the app to resolve this problem ... perhaps?
It might help with this one too.
Other than that the only explanation I can offer is that there has been a lot of changes in 2021 to address the use of hi-res screens and some of the windows may be behaving differently than they did before. It's a bit of a guess, but I think this seems a likely cause of the problem.
Thanks Paul, testing this app gave me a really huge interface, not practical either.
Yes... it isn't very nice really, but it has been effective for some users where every screen is unusable otherwise. The only suggestion I can offer is to lower your resolution settings and see if this improves, and remains usable for you. I think that until the teams have completed all the work they are doing to ensure we support this better there will always be some problems for some users. Not ideal I know.
No worries, Paul, this is only an aesthetic issue, no priority on this.
For me the best solution is to use 100% setting in Windows. All GUI are clear then.
Well, clear, but lilliputian if you have a high-res screen ;)
Works fine at QHD (2560 × 1440) and on a MS Surface (12", 2736 × 1824 - there it's a bit small, though).