True Launch Bar v7.3.2 beta
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Yuri Kobets
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05-21-2016, 06:48 AM -
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True Launch Bar v7.3.2 beta is released

What's new:
  • Added the option "Apply DPI scale factor" to enable/disable DPI scaling.
  • Added the option to make toolbar tags always visible.
  • Some improvements for DPI scaling.

Fixed:
  • Fixed some problems with DPI scaling.
  • Don't hide toolbar when the interactive tooltip is shown.
  • Updated litehtml engine to improve compatibility with HTML.
  • Some minor bugs fixed.

Please note the option "Apply DPI scale factor" is turned off by default. You can turn on it in TLB Settings->Options->General:
   

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This post was last modified: 05-21-2016, 06:48 AM by Yuri Kobets.


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05-21-2016, 03:36 PM -
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7.3.2 is looking very good.

The scaling problem of 7.3 seems to be a thing of the past.

Thanks for the fix.
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08-08-2016, 02:57 PM -
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TLB Volume Control Plug-in - Icons and slider controls not scaling properly (see screenshot where they appear at half height) - Note that this Dell 4K laptop screen is set to scale at 200%. I can appreciate that there are a lot of details to attend to with this DPI aware release. Hope this can be fixed (for all plugins) Smile
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[JTB3] My System: Win10 Pro-x64, Intel i7-7700K (Z270) + i7-4771 (Z87)
Dell XPS-15 9550 4K Touch Notebook (225% scaling), 43in LG 4K Monitor (100% scaling)
[Bay Area, California]
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08-08-2016, 04:16 PM -
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Issue with HIGH DPI Scaling of 'Arrow' indicators for expanding folders (see ScreenShot).

Hi Yuri, Regular icons are scaling nicely, but the expanding 'arrow indicators' for folders and folder shortcuts are NOT - they still look like tiny little dots on my Dell 4K laptop (see ScreenShot).
   



One last issue, In the TLB 'Components Manager', 'Check for updates' does NOT show any of my (8) Installed plugins (See 1st Screenshot).
   

However, they DO appear under the 'Installed components" section (See 2nd Screenshot).
   

So, how does one know if there is an updated version of an installed component? (Not sure if this is normal for beta versions but it's confusing...) Smile -JT
This post was last modified: 08-08-2016, 04:43 PM by JTB3.
[JTB3] My System: Win10 Pro-x64, Intel i7-7700K (Z270) + i7-4771 (Z87)
Dell XPS-15 9550 4K Touch Notebook (225% scaling), 43in LG 4K Monitor (100% scaling)
[Bay Area, California]
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08-13-2016, 04:54 PM -
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The arrows scaling I'll add in the next version (7.3.4 beta). All plugins are not scaled currently. I'm working on this too.

Thank you for point these out.
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(08-13-2016, 04:54 PM)Yuri Kobets Wrote: The arrows scaling I'll add in the next version (7.3.4 beta). All plugins are not scaled currently. I'm working on this too.

Thank you for point these out.

Thanks Yuri. I can appreciate how much work there is to get all of these details scaled properly. Smile -JT
[JTB3] My System: Win10 Pro-x64, Intel i7-7700K (Z270) + i7-4771 (Z87)
Dell XPS-15 9550 4K Touch Notebook (225% scaling), 43in LG 4K Monitor (100% scaling)
[Bay Area, California]


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