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Old 15.09.2023, 23:19
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Default Some of the tabs have cropped text

Particularly easy to duplicate by setting a high font size with system DPI usage off.


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Old 15.09.2023, 23:22
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And one more image to give you a glimpse of how it looks like on my system.

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Old 15.09.2023, 23:38
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Finding some more GUI nitpicks.

Some Settings context items are squished... the thing is, however, no other context item than those is squished. I have a theory that only context items in a context menu with input fields are squished! Interesting.



The context menu for columns is massive - it has a gigantic number of items (for a context menu, that is). As a result, some of these options go beyond the screen and are thus inaccessible.

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Old 16.09.2023, 19:53
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Hi, font scaling issues are all known. Large parts of the GUI is fixed in size so increasing scale factor too high will result in this outcome. Recommend that you scale down a little to within reasonable limits to ensure components of the GUI are useable.
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I'm having the same problem as Templayer.

The text is too big, some tabs are cropped and some options go beyond my screen.

How do I fix this?
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This shall help:
https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...-dpi-support/5

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That worked.

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