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Old 16.08.2019, 21:18
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Hello,
I recently noticed a change in the text in Jdownloader, it is narrower and smaller than the previous one, when the text in the software was changed, with what update? There is an official changelog to see all the changes made to it

I remember that before June it had not yet changed and I sincerely preferred that

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Old 17.08.2019, 01:00
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might need to wait for Jiaz to respond, but I'm unaware of any changes to default font. You are able to change this yourself in advanced setting use filter 'font'.
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Old 17.08.2019, 01:25
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Hi raztoki,
I took a screenshot to show the difference
(Left Side, previous text - right side, text after June)

https://imgur.com/lGt6bQV
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Old 17.08.2019, 03:05
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the font type looks the same, the scaling might be different? did you change that at all? either that or padding might be different.
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Old 17.08.2019, 10:56
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no, after an update the text was resized by itself

If you notice the image well, the text on the right is narrower and smaller than on the left

I preferred the text format of before sincerely
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Old 22.08.2019, 18:57
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There have been no changes in JDownloader.

What java version are you using? This looks like Oracle Font Rendering vs OpenJDK Font Rendering
You can check about dialog. What OS are you using?
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I'm using Windows 10 1803
I can say that the text change took place after jdownloader asked me to restart the software to install the update, at restart the text was smaller, which I sincerely preferred the previous one because it was detailed and wider

I remember it was an update at the end of May or beginning of June, you can check on those dates if in an update there was actually a change of text in the Italian version, I also remember that there had been an error in that font, which instead of say "download completato" said "download completat"
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Old 23.08.2019, 10:29
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There has been no changes in font/gui since LONG time.

But there is an issue that after an update JD may not use the correct theme. Another restart of JDownloader will make it use the correct one again.
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I also remember that there had been an error in that font, which instead of say "download completato" said "download completat"
That's just a translation update and has no other effects
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Old 23.08.2019, 12:19
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could you tell me the date of that update please on the italian version
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Old 23.08.2019, 13:38
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I'm sorry but there are many changes in italian translations this year. One change is from 24.05.2019 for example
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Old 24.08.2019, 12:30
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Is that the date of updating the text in the Italian version? in the early days of June there are no other font updates

Where can I consult the various Jdownloader logs? So you can tell exactly where the problem is. Unfortunately I don't remember the exact date

then another thing,
when the downloads ended, the text said "completat" instead of "completato", I was wondering if the downloads could be corrupted in the software, or it is simply an error in the translation and does not have some effects on the download completed
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Old 26.08.2019, 17:54
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Translations doesn't have any influence. They are just text. No other effects.
The language update you're taking about I made on 01.07.2019 from
Completat to Completato
No other changes that are connected to GUI.

Maybe you've changed font settings/size in windows? JDownloader will adapt them
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so it was just an error in the text change in the May 24 update, no influence or bug in the software or in download?
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Old 27.08.2019, 15:16
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It was just a wrong translation, yes, no other changes/influence.
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Old 27.08.2019, 15:17
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Did you change for changed font settings/size in OS?
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no, I didn't change anything in my OS and in the software
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Old 27.08.2019, 18:16
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Just a question but how did you create the screenshot to show the difference? different installations?
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I had made a screen to see the weight of some files in May, which I fortunately saved

The other screen instead made it in August to show the difference

and no other different installation

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Old 28.08.2019, 11:57
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I'm sorry but I'm lost. There have been no changes and to me it looks like changed font settings.
Following ideas:
-changed font settings in OS
-OS/Java changes for HighDPI stuff
-changed font name/size in JDownloader
-graphic card settings stuff
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