Scaling issues after ANNIV updates!!!?

RCEstrimos0131

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Have tried the latest build 14393.103.... still the scaling issues are still there...

switched to fast ring and downloading 14915.10 atm to check if this will resolve the issues

Any workaround for a fix MSFT?
 

Chintan Gohel

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Have tried the latest build 14393.103.... still the scaling issues are still there...

switched to fast ring and downloading 14915.10 atm to check if this will resolve the issues

Any workaround for a fix MSFT?

if you're referring to scaling issues in edge, then you can try reducing the scaling slider in settings for display and for text too and see if that works
 

chancooluk

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I assume that you are referring to the navigation bar bug on devices with FWVGA (854x480) screens?

For those that don't know, Microsoft disabled the ability to swipe away the navigation bar on these devices (Lumia 635...etc), which means that it is permanently visible on the screen. Microsoft restricts the app resolution to WVGA (800x480) on these devices to ensure that the app does not become obscured by the navigation bar (which takes up 54 pixels at the bottom of the screen).

Unfortunately, the app resolution restriction to WVGA does not work correctly since the anniversary update. The apps are scaled to the full screen length of 854 pixels, which means that in-app buttons which appear in the bottom 54 pixels of the display are now covered over by a navigation bar that can't be swiped away.

Microsoft needs to address this by enabling the 800x480 app resolution restriction again for these devices, or to allow devices with FWVGA screen to swipe away the navigation bar, as you can on devices with qHD, 720p, 1080p or QHD screens.
 

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