Topic Title: Rendering/DPI issues on a FirePro v3900
Topic Summary: WPF Rendering
Created On: 04/30/2013 05:36 PM
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 04/30/2013 05:36 PM
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DellaRosa
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Hello,

  I have a WPF application that I am running that has a bunch of user controls and some of these controls are sliders.  When I run this application on my FirePro v3900 at 96DPI the slider controls appear as though that have steps (kind of a jagged look).  When I run this same application on the same machine/monitor but use an older MSI N8400GS the slider controls render just fine.  My question is simply what would be the reason that the FirePro, which hands down (as far as I can tell) a more advanced video card, not rendering the graphic at this DPI.  The situation becomes more interesting when I change the DPI while the FirePro video card is in the system to a DPI of 106, the slider graphic looks correct but then some of my text looks as though there are pixels missing.

  I am aware that this may be extremely difficult to visualize so I am in the process of trying to get some screenshot and put them in a centeral location that I can use to post to this forum.  In the mean time does anyone have any ideas on what the cause of this rendering difference may be.  I am a large fan of the FirePro v3900 and have never had an issues with it in the past which is what is cause my confusion.  If there is any additional information that may be required please let me know so that I can help you help me.  Thanks to everyone in advance for the help or at least taking the time to read through my delema.

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