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Resize preferences dialog?
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post Feb 19 2011, 14:10
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Hi,

like the topic says: Is it possible to resize the preferences dialog?
I got a component in foobar that seems to be "too big" to display it's content in the dialog so i can't see some buttons.
Any help is apreciated

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post Feb 21 2011, 11:18
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Which component?

Can you prod the author to rethink the layout?
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post Feb 21 2011, 11:42
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Windows dialogs are scaled depending on font size. foobar2000 Preferences dialogs have traditionally used Tahoma instead of the default "system dialog font" (e.g. Segoe UI on Win7). If the component's subdialog does not use Tahoma, different scaling can be applied it and the parent Preferences window and result in such problems. So checking the font is what I would suggest to the developer.


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post Feb 22 2011, 15:30
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Thanks, it is a http song requester component and it seems to be a font problem.
However, the author is unfindable so i don't think this can be solved without the source? Or is there another trick to fix this like UI component or something like that? I really need this plugin :/
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