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mirroring bug

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jjjjjj
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on beta 3, recently updated windows, but not sure if that triggered this or not.

when mirroring a chrome window, attempting to make the mirror wider than (I think?) 2048px (provided the mirror is also of sufficient height), causes the mirror to render the chrome window incorrectly. The main area of the window is compressed and the most part of where the window should occupy becomes grey.

edit: not just chrome.
Aug 14, 2020 (modified Aug 17, 2020)  • #1
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Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)
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We've just released a new DisplayFusion beta version, could you try updating and let me know if the issue persists?
Thanks!
Aug 19, 2020  • #2
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jjjjjj
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There's no difference. Every window mirror enlarged to a sufficient size will exhibit the bug. reproducible 100%
Aug 26, 2020  • #3
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mirrored correctly (scaled down): https://imgur.com/gkoOED8

mirrored incorrectly (scaling is completely wrong and a grey zone has been added): https://imgur.com/JnUA9jI
Aug 26, 2020  • #4
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Owen Muhlethaler (BFS)
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Hello,

Could you send me a copy of your troubleshooting info? Here are the steps:

  • Open the Settings > Troubleshooting tab
  • Click the "Export Info to File" button
  • Reply with the file attached

Thanks!
Aug 27, 2020  • #5
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jjjjjj
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Here you go
• Attachment [protected]: DisplayFusionDebugInfo.zip [47,176 bytes]
17 days ago  • #6
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I can't seem to get this to happen here. Is the source window maximized to one of your splits?
16 days ago  • #7
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jjjjjj
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That makes it easier to reproduce the issue, but is not required. As I said, the mirror window just needs to be enlarged to a sufficient size. Maximizing both the source and mirror instantly causes this issue.
16 days ago  • #8
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Strange! Even maximizing both for me doesn't make any difference, see the attached screenshot. Have I missed any steps?
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16 days ago  • #9
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jjjjjj
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Quote:
Strange! Even maximizing both for me doesn't make any difference, see the attached screenshot. Have I missed any steps?


You have it maximized to the smaller display? Which one is the mirror? Maximize both to 2560x1440
16 days ago  • #10
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Just took a closer look at that screenshot. Idk if it matters but my mirror windows are borderless. Also my taskbars auto hide and there is no red border around the mirrored window. Also I have splits configured on the surround display with bezel correction enabled.
16 days ago (modified 16 days ago)  • #11
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Ok, I'll re-test again and see what I can find out.

Thanks!
14 days ago  • #12
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Could you attach a full screenshot of both monitors, so that I can see the original window and the mirror window?
8 days ago  • #13
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jjjjjj
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I'm at a loss right now. I was just about to post saying that I couldn't reproduce the issue no matter what I did, but then I accidentally rebooted my computer and it started happening again. Here's a screenshot: https://i.imgur.com/FnSw6gA.png
20 hours ago  • #14
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Ok, thanks! Sounds like it's intermittent then? I'll do some more testing here and hopefully we'll get this sorted out
9 hours ago  • #15
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