moberreiter Absent Member.
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AAF Windows Client on High Resolution Displays

I have the problem, that the selection of the Chains at Windows Logon is very small on a Surface Pro4 with a high resolution.

On other applications like e.g. GroupWise I was able to "disable display scaling on high DPI settings", but I do not know if anything like that is possible with the AAF Windows Client?

Server: NAAF-5.6-262 with latest Windows Client on Windows 10 Pro 1703 64bit

Has anybody experienced the same problem?

thanks,

Markus
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Micro Focus Expert
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Re: AAF Windows Client on High Resolution Displays

moberreiter;2466795 wrote:
I have the problem, that the selection of the Chains at Windows Logon is very small on a Surface Pro4 with a high resolution.

On other applications like e.g. GroupWise I was able to "disable display scaling on high DPI settings", but I do not know if anything like that is possible with the AAF Windows Client?


Hi Markus,

Unfortunately this is not supported at the moment. I added a new feature request about it.
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jagualongo Absent Member.
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Re: AAF Windows Client on High Resolution Displays

Hi,

I have the same problem on Surface Pro4.

This problem can be solved in the next patch? When you can publish this?

Thanks,
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Micro Focus Expert
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Re: AAF Windows Client on High Resolution Displays

The problem will be solved in the next version (6.0). ETA - the end of Q1 2018.
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