Does this happen only when you scale your display or even otherwise. We are already aware of the incorrect scaling issue and are investigating it internally.
We'll let you know once there is an update on the same.
Flash CC 2014 does not function on the Surface Pro 1 whether display scaling is on or off.
When "disable display scaling on high DPI" is checked:
As I mentioned, it looks like the screenshot above (with windows offset to the right). If I were to draw a line with the pencil tool, the line would actually appear offset to the right -inches away from the stylus.
With "display scaling" unchecked:
The windows are not offset in this case, BUT using the pencil tool has a slightly similar effect. As soon as the stylus simply touches the canvas, a line appears from where the stylus is touching reaching across the screen to the right.
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Please note that Flash CC 2014 is not compliant with HiDPI retina like displays yet on Windows.And the offset Issue related to pencil and brush on HiDPi devices is reported and being tracked internally,Any progress on this will be conveyed accordingly.
Do you have plans of fixing the eraser faucet tool in the previous version of Flash?
I would be happy to use the previous version of Flash, if only I could use the eraser tool!
Any updates guys?
This is still an issue it seems.
It's boggling that in 2014 we don't have applications scaling and fitting nicely in native resolution, especially one as mainstream and expensive as the Adobe CC suite.
Anyway here's the issue as I'm seeing it: With the default setting of scaling, the UI and stage is blurred. The paint-dropper also doesn't work (though the eyedropper does)
If you turn off scaling then yeah, its crisp but like the op said, the elements are being pushed out of their area and are cut off on the right and bottom. Also the stage is still pixilated and I am unable to pan around it at 100% (any more zoom and it pans fine....??!)
Here's some helpful images.
The telltale indicator that something is wrong: Look at how big the art is on the desktop vs the surface (desktop is pink taskbar, surface is blue taskbar), and how at 100 percent the art is still larger on the surface screen than the desktop, which should be the opposite if it really was 100% zoom.
I am interested in purchasing a used Surface Pro 2. Do any of you know if this issue has been resolved at this point?