Whenever I start a new project the window that opens is too wide for the 13" display at the standard 1280×800px resolution, and it’s offset like 30px from the left edge. It didn’t use to be that way before version 2.1, I think. What has changed? And can the window size be remembered somehow?
It has changed to accommodate some localisation changes for the Japanese-language version, but we will try to sort this out another way in a future update.
I have the opposite experience with my (new) 15" MacBook Pro, probably because the screen resolution is so (relatively) high.
I feel that the default window size is always rather small, even though the window is already at about 1920x960 pixels.
(Also, today I learned that screenshots are not downscaled and have 1.167x higher resolution than the physical display: 3360x2100 instead of 2880x1800)
Thijs, I personally have the preference set to automatically maximise new windows by default, and I suspect you might prefer that too.
I didn’t know that was an option.
However, I did try that just now but without success (same resolution, tried with restarting my computer).
I guess Dorico is somehow being told that your screen is a different size than it really is. Can you attach a screenshot of the Display tab of the Displays pane of System Preferences?
Well, that looks pretty much the same as my own MacBook Pro, though I’m still on High Sierra rather than Mojave.
It’s not an issue, honestly! Thanks for taking the time.