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Beta 8 and centering

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Razooli
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Just installed 3.4.1 beta 8 and my wallpapers are no longer centered but appear in the top left corner ...
Selecting "Centre" in Size Mode does not work.
Dec 5, 2011  • #1
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tester25
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This work normal for me in Beta8 but in stretch options I see backround color borders around wallpaper. I must set image scaling to 102% and then borders dissapear. In beta7 was everything ok
Dec 6, 2011  • #2
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PGomersall
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For me the problem is with "some" images DF seems to crop some images incorrectly. Not sure which ones cause the problem. Some landscape are cropped as portrait. This is with "Fit Best and maintain Aspect Ratio" selected.
Also what the desktop settings window shows and the actual desktop image are sometime different.
Dec 6, 2011 (modified Dec 6, 2011)  • #3
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Razooli
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For what it's worth, I reverted to DF 3.4 and everything is back to normal centering ....
Dec 6, 2011  • #4
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Sorry, this was a bug that was accidentally introduced in Beta 8. Can you give the new Beta 9 a try and let me know if it's fixed now:
http://www.displayfusion.com/Download/Beta/

Thanks!
Dec 7, 2011  • #5
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PGomersall
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Still broken. See attached image of Wallpaper dialog and crop of left sceen. Image looks correct in Wallpaper UI, but is scaled on desktop. This is with Fit Best and maintain set. I have another image where desktop is fine and Wall UI is incorrect.
Let me know if you neen more info.
Pete
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Dec 7, 2011  • #6
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Could you provide me with copies of the images you are having issues with, and the resolution of the monitor you're using? I'd like to get this sorted out before Beta 10. Thanks!
Dec 7, 2011  • #7
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PGomersall
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Jon,
I have 1000 + images, approximately half are doing this. Many seem to be tifs converted to jpg. Some look correct in UI and wrong on desktop and others the reverse. DF seems to be doing some scaling for some reason.This is W7 x64 Ent with nVidia Quadro FX1700 with 2 x Dell U2410 @ 1920 x 1200.
I have same image set on another system which is x86 and different video and monitors and I don't have same problem.
I will check for a day or so and see what happens. Or I could try and send a selection of images - anyway let me know.
Pete
Dec 7, 2011  • #8
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
I've been playing around with the image resizing for almost an hour now, and it always works perfectly for me. There must be something special about the size of your image in relation to the size of your monitor, combined with the specific settings you are using. If you can provide the information from the DisplayFusion troubleshooting tab, along with the images you are trying to use and a description of what is going wrong, I'm sure I can get to the bottom of this. Thanks!
Dec 7, 2011  • #9
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Are you using font scaling on this machine? The next time the issue happens, can you grab the info from the troubleshooting tab and post it here?
Dec 7, 2011  • #10
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
I found the issue and fixed it for Beta 10. There was a very strange rounding issue that only occurred with 1920x1200 monitors, because of the strange aspect ratio of that resolution. Only 1920x1200 monitors would see this issue, and only with your specific settings selected. I'm planning on releasing Beta 10 tomorrow to clear this up. Thanks for your help!
Dec 7, 2011  • #11
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Razooli
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Quote:
I found the issue and fixed it for Beta 10. There was a very strange rounding issue that only occurred with 1920x1200 monitors, because of the strange aspect ratio of that resolution. Only 1920x1200 monitors would see this issue, and only with your specific settings selected. I'm planning on releasing Beta 10 tomorrow to clear this up. Thanks for your help!


Jon,
Both my monitors are 1680x1050, but I'll await Beta 10, give it a try and let you know....
Thanks,
Lynn
Dec 8, 2011  • #12
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Razooli
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Quote:
[QUOTE]I found the issue and fixed it for Beta 10. There was a very strange rounding issue that only occurred with 1920x1200 monitors, because of the strange aspect ratio of that resolution. Only 1920x1200 monitors would see this issue, and only with your specific settings selected. I'm planning on releasing Beta 10 tomorrow to clear this up. Thanks for your help!


Jon,
Both my monitors are 1680x1050, but I'll await Beta 10, give it a try and let you know....
Thanks,
Lynn
Attaching Log but it's with 3.4 installed, not the Beta.... still may be of some use.
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Dec 8, 2011  • #13
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
@Razooli: It turns out that 1680x1050 has the same aspect ratio as 1920x1200 (1.6), so this fix will help you out as well. Look for Beta 10 later today.
Dec 8, 2011  • #14
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Beta 10 is now available, can you both give it a try and let me know if it's working correctly?
http://www.displayfusion.com/Download/Beta/

Thanks!
Dec 10, 2011  • #15
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Razooli
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Beta 10 is now available, can you both give it a try and let me know if it's working correctly?
http://www.displayfusion.com/Download/Beta/

Thanks!


Works great ... centering normally. Good job! Thanks!
Dec 11, 2011  • #16
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PGomersall
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Jon,
Seems to be fixed for me; thanks.
Pete
Dec 12, 2011 (modified Dec 12, 2011)  • #17
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Awesome, thanks for following up guys!
Dec 12, 2011  • #18
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