[Interest] Weird sizing in Qt Designer 5.12.0 with hi-res screen
tony at rightsoft.com.au
Thu Jan 24 05:17:25 CET 2019
The software is at https://www.risingsoftware.com/ and covers both
aspects that you mention. It can generate progressions, or use supplied
set pieces and notation. The student can either annotate the notation
with the chord symbols - or even fill in the voices as well. The
student may or may not actually hear the progression. It's wonderful
software to work on - sure beats boring business crap!
On 24/01/2019 8:49 am, Dmitriy Purgin wrote:
> Off topic but out of curiosity: what is the software you have on your
> screenshot? A harmony learning helper or some kind of a harmony
> progression generator?
> On Wed, Jan 23, 2019 at 2:52 AM Tony Rietwyk <tony at rightsoft.com.au
> <mailto:tony at rightsoft.com.au>> wrote:
> Hi Everybody,
> I have recently installed a hi-res screen 3840 x 2160 @ 150%
> scaling on
> my Windows 10 machine.
> The attached screen capture has Qt Designer on the right of the
> running dialog, with a screen ruler on top of the designer. You
> can see
> the following:
> - Designer is showing the form at double the size it should be
> (1200 for
> a form at minimum size 600 high).
> - Even the grid spacing has been stretched.
> - We do not set any of the newer high-res related settings at run
> so the dialog appears at the expected 600 pixels high. Instead we use
> style sheets to adjust fonts, images, etc.
> Why is Designer doing this? Where is it getting the factor of 2
> How do I get it to display the form at the correct size?
> Regards, Tony
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