The two features mentioned above make handling of the images on High DPI much easier and I hope that you would be able to use them in your apps.
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Posted on:14 Aug 2017 12:18
Thank you Robert for your input. We will consider your request.
Posted on:08 Aug 2017 15:16
I think this is rather critical issue as far as DPI awareness is concerned. It's nice to have the fonts and controls scale correctly but it really detracts from that effect when the images do not. Notice that Microsoft Office apps scale everything correctly and look much sharper and cleaner than a similar Telerik app. See the attached pics taken at 300 scale for comparison.
The images are so much cleaner in the MS app than the Telerik app. That can only be accomplished if the appropriate size images are switched at run time. I have written code that accomplishes that part of it with not too much work but unfortunately the Telerik controls are automatically resizing the images. That effect can be turned off in any control that uses image primitives but it appears that the ribbon and control bar do not use image primitives.
So I think what we need is a switch that can be set at app load that turns off image auto-scaling for developers who want to change to appropriately scaled images manually. It can be left on for developers who do not want to bother with that.