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pf-fvhe
Posted: Tuesday, March 5, 2019 11:07:27 AM
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The fix you've mentioned seems sufficient, thank you!
I actually was not aware that a new version had been released, as apparently there now was a public release.

However we now have issues with the Windows start menu not always appearing correctly, have you had any reports of that before?
We definitely started to notice this since the 2019 build, but we're unsure if the issue was already present in the 2018 build.
The situation only arises when you have the focus inside the webbrowser, and all systems mentioned below use Windows 10.

On my PC, running version 1703, my test application (the same as earlier mentioned in this topic) works correctly. However when I go to the Properties of the executable, go to Compatibility and check "Override high DPI scaling behavior. Scaling performed by: Application" (just as we have in our actual application), then most of the time something that looks like an unfinished Windows start menu pops up for less than a second in my left top corner. So you kind of see a black flash and then it's gone again.

However when a coworker of mine runs it on version 1703, then the start menu does not even open, in neither of the cases.
When another coworker runs it on version 1809 but with his own custom start menu installed (we are not sure if that is relevant), then it works as expected in both cases.
And when another coworker runs it on version 1709, then we get the unfinished Windows start menu issue in either case and always, but not in the bottom left corner.
pf-fvhe
Posted: Monday, March 11, 2019 10:35:56 AM
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Good afternoon, do you have an update about the Windows start menu issues?
eo_support
Posted: Monday, March 11, 2019 10:46:41 AM
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Hi,

No. We do not have any update on this issue yet. We are working on a number of keyboard event related issues and are planing to retest your case after that part is done. We will reply here again as soon as we have an update.

Thanks!


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