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Hi,

We use a virtualized application on a computer that has 2 screens, with Cameyo 3.1.1517, under Windows 10.

If a user modifies 100% default Windows display zoom, the application becomes blurred.

We found a workaround consisting in checking the box "Override high DPI scaling behavior. Scaling performed by:" and selecting "System", in the Compatibility tab of our executable.

It seems that Cameyo is not built as a DPI aware application.

 

Did you know this problem ?

How did you solve it ? Is there an option to activate ? Is it possible to make this app DPI-aware ?

 

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We have not seen this problem before.  Can you share the installer file with instructions of how to reproduce?  You can send by PM if you rather not share publicly.



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Thank you for answer. However I'm not allowed to share this application.

What I know is that the application is blurred when a different zoom is applied between the 2 screens of a same computer, and switching the application from one screen to another.

By checking the box "Override high DPI scaling behavior. Scaling performed by:" and selecting "System" the application is not blurred.

I saw on the Internet that applications must be written so as to be DPI-aware.

 

For the moment, our workaround is to set a value "~ DPIUNAWARE" for the specific path to our application, in the registry key [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AppCompatFlags\Layers].

It is equivalent to right-clic on the application and checking the box in compatibility tab...



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