If I have font scaling on my laptop set to anything other than 100% (125% is the Windows default for comfy-to-read text) the Flash Pro UI is also scaled, and the content within each panel is cropped, so that you miss scrollbars, buttons, etc.
The only way round this that I can find is to set the global font scaling to 100%, but that makes it very difficult to read all other apps.
Does everyone get this?
I'm bumping this because it's a massive problem.
Anyone at Adobe?
Can you provide us some details about your setup:
- System configuration
- Flash Pro Version
Is it a Hi-DPI machine? It'll be helpful if you can provide some screenshots as well, showing the issue.
Also, have you seen this happen on any other system?
System: Windows 8.1
Flash Pro CC 2014.2 (Feb 2015)
Computer: Thinkpad X230T
Resolution: 1366x768 (doesn't matter as it fails even when used in external monitor 1920x1200 res)
Windows Display Scaling: 125%
The scaling issue makes Flash unusable in 125% display scaling. Setting the scaling to 100% and 150% works fine.