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Gianluca
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24 days ago
Gianluca
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...And the new version is finally out.

These are the news:

I've completely rewritten the program graphics to make it compatible with the hi-res screen monitors.

The hi-res monitors (full HD or UHD or greater) are becoming more and more common in desktop and notebook PCs. With these monitors Windows allows you to zoom everything to avoid too smaller fonts or graphical objects. If the host program is able to manage the different zooming setting, Windows grants a good up-scaling of every objects.

The current SyMenu version solved this problem telling Windows to zoom its forms as they are images. That means an ugly blur effect of everything. If you every seen SyMenu in a UHD monitor you know what I intend.

Now SyMenu is able to draw every component and above all to relocate every component, accordingly with the system dpi zoom, granting you a real new experience with the program.



This is a copy and paste from the forum message where I published the alpha version but, really, nothing has changed from then, bug fixes apart.

A big, really big thanks to all the users that gave me feedback on graphical issues, problems, glitches, suggestions or whatever. If you find any other problem, please let me know but I think that the great ones are finally gone.

Enjoy.
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VVV_Easy_Symenu
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19 days ago
VVV_Easy_Symenu
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... And it work like a charm, very clear ... a big quality step for SyMenu
Thanks for your work, Gian, I know by experience that design a scalable API is very hard job.
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Gianluca
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17 days ago
Gianluca
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Thank you for your support!
A "very hard job" is a very polite sentence to describe the hell of this activity. Luckily the nightmare is over now! smile
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