Eliminate Display Overlapping with 125% screen magnification

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Eliminate Display Overlapping with 125% screen magnification

Post by wa9zvf » 21 Apr 2015, 18:33

Do to my eyesight, I use the Windows display function that increases what is display to 125% of normal. This causes the window QSO info (F7)......Browser (F11) to hide the bottom portion of the window above (QSO info pain F(1)....F(6)). This makes it difficult to enter qso info because some of the boxes are partially hidden. So, would it be possible to either allow adjustment of panes sizes or could you simply modify the size of the "offending" boxes/panes a tiny bit such that 125% sizing is possible without obscuring anything.

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Re: Eliminate Display Overlapping with 125% screen magnification

Post by IW3HMH » 22 Apr 2015, 09:43

I will try.
Unfortunately winforms aren't so friendly with magnification, by design :(
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Re: Eliminate Display Overlapping with 125% screen magnification

Post by VK7XX » 29 Apr 2015, 21:18

IW3HMH wrote:I will try.
Unfortunately winforms aren't so friendly with magnification, by design :(
Farce-book has a no-so-well-known feature that would be great in log4om for the sight impared users. It works by holding down the ctrl key and then pressing plus (or minus). Doing this magnify's (or reduces) the whole page, text, images, everything..... if log4om could somehow borrow this function ...............

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Re: Eliminate Display Overlapping with 125% screen magnification

Post by IW3HMH » 30 Apr 2015, 11:52

Yes, this is managed by the browser itself, and not by Facebook.
It's HTML that Explorer manage to expand.
But in some case you should scroll right/down. This is "normal" in a webpage and no one pay attention to this detail.
Scrolling in a software that goes out of monitor borders is not so friendly and appreciated
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