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MaciejParticipantMaciej November 14, 2014 at 3:20 am
I would greately welcome that you do support Win8 HiDPI screens.
I sucesscfuly used it with Panasonic Toughbook FZ-G1.
Despite it is i5 when running I get 40-50% of processor usage. Also single USB port on it seems not to cause the problems. The main advantage is the screen that is outdoor usable.
What i cant go around is that the software you provide is not scaling well with the windows hi-dpi scaling. this particular device is 10″ and 1920×1200 and that makes all the options and text miniscule !! Could you please recognize the scalling factor set in Windows?
Here is how it looks at my side
Also if you could add presset buttons on the main screen (bottom right maybe) that wold be fantastic.
And in the future if you could add some more features for the tablet/finger operation it would be great.
AndrewModeratorAndrew November 14, 2014 at 9:55 am
Hello Maciej and thank you for your feedback.
In a future update, we hope that one will be able to move the toolbar around which will enable you to put the preset button in the bottom right as well as the top right.We have also talked about creating a touch compatible user interface, so it is nice to hear a customer request this feature. We will have to look into Windows scaling to determine what we can accomplish there.
As for using a BB60 on a single USB 3.0 port, unless it is a charging port, it is not recommended. You will experience symptoms typical of brown-outs.
Thanks again – A.J.
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