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Overlapped lines in Show Usage and Examples Windows #5007

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glasscanvas opened this Issue Apr 15, 2017 · 4 comments

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glasscanvas commented Apr 15, 2017

Overlapped lines. Examples using the Microsoft Surface Studio screen capture,

processing crunched lines

Window 10 Pro 10.0.15063 build 15063
Processing 3.3
I am seeing that the "Examples" and the "show usage" windows have overlapping text lines making them hard to read. Adjusting the font does not help on these panels. Interface scale defaulted to 200%. Setting it to 100% and restarting processing does not solve the issue with the two panels. The main IDE window does scale accordingly. Display density reports a 1. I definitely willing to test a solution or try to fix code if I can get some help in the right direction.

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Yeah, sorry about that. Here's another report about it: #4936

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benfry commented Apr 22, 2017

Yeah, sorry about that. Here's another report about it: #4936

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All fixed for 3.3.1.

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benfry commented Apr 23, 2017

All fixed for 3.3.1.

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Thanks Ben. Yes it is fixed in 3.3.1

glasscanvas commented Apr 24, 2017

Thanks Ben. Yes it is fixed in 3.3.1

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Thanks for following up.

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benfry commented Apr 24, 2017

Thanks for following up.

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