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|0007226||ardour||bugs||public||2017-02-05 16:31||2017-05-05 05:01|
|Platform||?||OS||OpenSuse Leap 42||OS Version||Version: rev 5.5|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0007226: EDITOR -- Rulers need more vertical space|
|Description||Version: rev 5.5-725-g987c1cb|
OpenSuse Leap 42
Dell P2415Q monitor
|Steps To Reproduce||Rulers are unusable. Way too scrunched vertically. They need about 1/2" more vertically and the Timecode font needs to be 1 or 2 pts larger, a bit more like the Nudge size above it. In the ruler, the font size for the meter 4/4 and tempo 120.000 (which are actually quite readable) are larger than the font size for the labels "Meter and Tempo". So, for example, the 4/4 overlaps the ruler space for Tempo and the 120.000 overlaps the ruler space for Range Markers. It's a real mess.|
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|Attached Files|| Screenshot from 2017-02-02 22:00:41.png [^] (190,896 bytes) 2017-02-05 16:31
|does anything change when you alter the font scaling in the preferences tab?|
|Rulers are fine here in Ardour 5.6, so the problem must be connected to something in the OP's system.|
Is this with GUI and font scaling set to default/100% in Preferences?
Have you tried changing the font scaling and does it fix the issue?
I don't have a 4K monitor to test this here, it is possible the default GUI and font scaling is not appropriate in that case.
I have exactly the same issue. I'm using a Dell Precision 7510 with the 4K display screen. I have to run the GUI scaling slider to 200% (max) to get a usable screen. The ruler (specifically) is badly squashed.
OS is Ubuntu 16.04, using Intel/Nvidia display (Nvidia Prime enabled.) This is an issue with the Ubuntu desktop, and Mate as well.
Oh, and some of the GUI elements (specifically checkboxes) are really tiny, also.
|The ruler labels get bigger or smaller, though they're still 'tight'. But the tempo "120" is still supersized at all GUI scaling.|
OK, ok. I finally had to have a go at it.
In editor.cc change:
timebar_height = std::max(12., ceil (15. * ARDOUR_UI::ui_scale));
timebar_height = std::max(12., ceil (15. * UIConfiguration::instance().get_ui_scale()));
This will probably fix #7331 too.
|Applied in Ardour 5.8-648-g833515586 - thanks|
|2017-02-05 16:31||t6sn7gt||New Issue|
|2017-02-05 16:31||t6sn7gt||File Added: Screenshot from 2017-02-02 22:00:41.png|
|2017-02-18 03:21||nick_m||Note Added: 0019410|
|2017-02-18 09:15||mhartzel||Note Added: 0019413|
|2017-02-19 14:54||timbyr||Note Added: 0019418|
|2017-02-19 14:54||timbyr||Status||new => feedback|
|2017-02-20 11:51||graydw57||Note Added: 0019421|
|2017-02-21 17:03||t6sn7gt||Note Added: 0019429|
|2017-02-21 17:03||t6sn7gt||Status||feedback => new|
|2017-05-04 13:03||graydw57||Note Added: 0019654|
|2017-05-05 05:00||x42||Relationship added||related to 0007331|
|2017-05-05 05:01||x42||Note Added: 0019657|
|2017-05-05 05:01||x42||Status||new => resolved|
|2017-05-05 05:01||x42||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2017-05-05 05:01||x42||Assigned To||=> x42|
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