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Last Updated: 11 Jun 2019 12:40 by ADMIN
Release R2 2019 SP1
ADMIN
Telerik Admin
Created on: 22 Feb 2012 11:19
Category: RibbonView
Type: Bug Report
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RibbonWindow: Standard window buttons are cut when DPI settings are high
We have a RadRibbonWindow.
When it is run on Windows XP (or on Windows 7, "Windows Classic" theme) and the DPI settings are high (above 170 %), the standard window buttons (Minimize, Restore and Close) are not displayed properly (they are cut). Also there is too much space between them.
3 comments
ADMIN
Dilyan Traykov
Posted on: 22 May 2019 16:29
Hi Daniel,

Thank you for your feedback and the provided article.

We will surely take this into account and try to address this issue as soon as possible. Please follow the item to get notified about any changes in its status.

Can you please clarify whether you're experiencing the issue with the buttons as mentioned in this bug report's title or with the icon as Jurgen mentioned in his reply? If possible, could you please share some screenshots of the issue you observe at your end so that we can keep your scenario in mind as well.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Regards,
Dilyan Traykov
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Daniel
Posted on: 16 May 2019 05:58

Hi, I wanted to chime in and see if there is any plan to still address this?

Microsoft showed a possible solution for this issue in 2018 but alas this is not possible with some of the Telerik WPF controls.

This is especially anoying for us since our application main window inherrits from RadRibbonWindow which blocks further access to PerMonitorDPIWindow

 

In light of WPF still having a bright future ahead, it would be grand if this could be picked up. High DPI is not an uncommon scenario anymore.

 

Thank you for any feedback in advance. :) 

keepITcool
Posted on: 19 Sep 2018 22:47
I'm using Win10, and similar issue. 
As soon as the display scale of the main display is anything other than 100% the window icon is rendered at the wrong size.  Reading the template I understand it binds to Shell.SystemParameters2.Current.SmallIconSize.

Apparently those params are not DPI aware.
Further the IconConverter doesn't extract the (desired) size from a multi image icon. It reads a 16x16 then stretches it to whatever it thinks it ought to be.