Interface window resizing issue

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Thu Mar 07, 2019 7:45 pm


I've made an interface using one of my 27" display monitors. I've adjusted the sizes of the window & visualizers according to that monitor size (See picture 1). When I try to move this window to a smaller or bigger screen than my original monitor, the window doesn't resize accordingly. Instead, the window gets truncated (See picture 2) and there is no scrolling option available either. Are the interface panels fixed in size? If so, Could you please tell me whats the best way to size my interface panel to accommodate different size screens? The test application I made using the builder behaves the same way. Please help.

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Thu Mar 14, 2019 8:24 pm


I managed to find and activate the scrolling options under the 'layout' dropdown menu in the properties of the main interface window. See the picture for the settings.
By declaring Autoscroll as True, the scrolling bars appear when the window is moved to a different size/resolution screen.
But, autosizing still doesn't work even when the AutoSize option is True. I have tried the different autosize modes (Grow only/ Grow and Shrink). May be this is something the developers can help with.
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Fri Mar 15, 2019 4:20 am

I find if I play in the designer in the house on my PC I can arrange everything neatly.
When I log into the files from the work PC because it has a physical different sized sceen , all the right hand side is off the screen and
not accessable.

Is there a setting to fix this?

cheers Mike.
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Fri Mar 15, 2019 5:03 am

Hi Mike, nice work finding the setting. It would be better if you could add the plotting etc using docking windows rather than on the interface panel itself. Then it will allow resizing etc. You can add the plot from the visualisers menu which typically lives on the right

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Fri Mar 15, 2019 4:10 pm

Hi Phil,

Thanks for the idea. That sure is a work around for that issue.

Cheers, Sai.
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