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Disable HiDPI on Windows #3531

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tresf commented May 4, 2017

This will address #2510 on Windows by disabling High DPI in LMMS until proper Hi-DPI support is added to the codebase. Thanks @BaraMGB for pointing me to the forums where this was being evaluated.

Installer available for testing here: lmms-rc2.hidpi-win64.exe

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Scaling issues on high DPI displays #2510

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This works like a charme. It has to be clear that the whole UI is a little bit blurred. But for people with hight resolution screens it is a ability to work with lmms. I don't know how blurred it is on a 4K screen. I only work with FullHD screen here but I could work with it.

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BaraMGB commented May 5, 2017

This works like a charme. It has to be clear that the whole UI is a little bit blurred. But for people with hight resolution screens it is a ability to work with lmms. I don't know how blurred it is on a 4K screen. I only work with FullHD screen here but I could work with it.

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@tresf Thank you so much for bringing this up! It was not at all usable on 4K until this!

tay10r commented Oct 4, 2017

@tresf Thank you so much for bringing this up! It was not at all usable on 4K until this!

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leomuteki Jan 26, 2018

Hello, I installed LMMS through the website and everything is extremely tiny. How do I apply this fix for my Windows 10 64-bit OS?
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leomuteki commented on d2e50df Jan 26, 2018

Hello, I installed LMMS through the website and everything is extremely tiny. How do I apply this fix for my Windows 10 64-bit OS?
_Thank you!

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@leomuteki this fix is currently only applied to our beta version (1.2.0). You can grab it at the bottom of the downloads page.

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tresf replied Jan 26, 2018

@leomuteki this fix is currently only applied to our beta version (1.2.0). You can grab it at the bottom of the downloads page.

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leomuteki Jan 26, 2018

@tresf Ok thank you! One last question, will this permanently alter my windows registry files?

leomuteki replied Jan 26, 2018

@tresf Ok thank you! One last question, will this permanently alter my windows registry files?

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@leomuteki yes, it will add a permanent registry entry to your computer to allow external manifest files.

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@leomuteki yes, it will add a permanent registry entry to your computer to allow external manifest files.

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