When I open a dialog, for example the "Perform Tasks" of the Sync relational model screen.
The text boxes don't accept input (for example password). If I make the dialog a little wider to the right, all is ok again and I can proceed.
I've attached screenshots the first (with yellow highlighting shows the right end of the textboxes are strange. The second is after widening the dialog.
This seems to happen each time the dialog is opened, not just the first time, or the first time per session.
This is running local (not remote desktop). Windows 10 2004, My screen resolution is 3840x2160 and scale is 100%
This is with all dialogs? Or only with this one?
I also can't reproduce it... Also not with a wider dialog, sync, then close, restart designer, sync again (which then has the wider sync dialog)... input works just fine... Will try on 4K
No, it doesn't change the problem.
I then closed the designer, edited the guistate57.xml file.
I changed the width in all the <DialogSize DialogType="13" Width="800" Height="526" />
to 800 from 6xx, different dialog types have different numbers.
saved and reopened. No joy, still same problem (I'm not sure the dialogs used that width though).
I then manually resized the dialog, made it wider, the issue goes away. Then made it narrower, the issue stayed away.
Closed dialog and reopened, issue back.
The other dialog I've noticed it on is the one on opening designer for opening a project. There though I don't seem to be able to do the resize trick. So I can't open an existing project from there.
Could you try the attached exe please? I've switched off DirectX acceleration and also enabled DPI awareness 'v2' in the devexpress settings. Perhaps that fixes it. Other than that I honestly have no idea what could be wrong, also because we can't reproduce it so it's a nail in a haystack search...
Hmm, as this doesn't make a difference, I'm afraid I'm out of options to try... very strange that this happens and sorry that you had to run into this. Glad you have a workaround, altho it should just work... If we run into a solution to this problem, we'll let you know