This issue report continues from: https://www.steinberg.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=244&t=156407
and is still applicable for WaveLab 10.0.0 on Windows 10 Pro version 1903.
- Monitor is a 3840 x 2160 monitor
- Windows Settings > Display > Scaling: “Change the size of text, apps, and other items” set to Windows recommendation of 150%
- WaveLab > Preferences > Global > Display > Miscellaneous Options > “Show Application in High DPI” is checked
In this scenario, most of the WaveLab interface renders quite nicely. However, when opening plug-ins, the framing window that WaveLab draws for the plugins is much too large. Here are a couple examples:
If I turn off WaveLab’s “Show Application in High DPI” then the plug-in windows are fitted correctly to the plug-ins, but the WaveLab interface is rendered with small type and details and it’s not as usable.
If I leave WaveLab’s “Show Application in High DPI” on but change Windows’ scaling from the recommended 150% for this monitor to 100%, WaveLab also draws the plug-in windows correctly around the plug-ins, but the WaveLab interface’s type and details are rendered so small as to be completely unusable.
This monitor is manufactured so that it works best with 150% scaling; hence, the Windows recommendation is 150%.
What I would prefer is for WaveLab to be able to work with Windows’ recommended scaling and draw the plugin window correctly.
Philippe mentioned on 9/13/2019:
“150% ratio will come in the future, but not in the near future.”
I am posting here for consideration under WaveLab 10.