Trouble with some controls

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Philbec44

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Trouble with some controls

PostMon Dec 06, 2021 9:20 pm

Hi,
I have got a new computer (MSI Creator Z16) and I have some trouble with controls in the Editing window. When I try to change speed of the rush or audio normalization, control windows open then close before I can make any change.
Thank you for your help
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Re: Trouble with some controls

PostMon Dec 06, 2021 9:29 pm

You need to set the Windows display scaling to 100%
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Re: Trouble with some controls

PostMon Dec 06, 2021 9:44 pm

panos_mts wrote:You need to set the Windows display scaling to 100%

Hi,
Thank you for answering. That was the problem. After changing scale and ppp configuration, all seems OK
Have a good day
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Re: Trouble with some controls

PostFri Dec 31, 2021 8:12 pm

panos_mts wrote:You need to set the Windows display scaling to 100%


I am running my UHD monitors set to 150% scaling in Windows, and up until recently, I never had a problem with dialog boxes or contextual menus displaying incorrectly. However, now for some reason, my right monitor behaves normally, but the contextual menus on my left monitor do not. When I right-click on something, the menu pops up way to the left/off-screen, and I have to either change the display scaling to 100% or turn off dual screen layout just to see the menu, and then switch back to dual screen.

I wouldn't mind just switching both monitors to 100% scaling, but that makes the Resolve UI incredibly tiny and hard to see. Is there a workaround for this so we can set the display scaling to whatever actually looks the best for the UI? It has always worked fine before; I don't understand why the issue has popped up now.

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