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What version of Windows are you using?
What version of Fiddler (Help > About) are you using?
If you look at the Windows control panel's Display Properties do you have a DPI setting of 125% or something?
Thanks! Eric Lawrence
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I've got exactly the same issue (no Save button). Several other UI items also unavailable or garbled on display with font scaling (150% in my particular case).
If I run Fiddler with compatibility option "Disable display scaling on high DPI setting" (either "Disable desktop composition") then scaling issues are gone but text becomes so blurry that makes application nearly to unusable in this mode.
Here a couple of screenshots (Segoe UI, 9pt). And no, selecting another font does not resolve this issue.
I would be interested to learn what version of Fiddler you're using, as well as what version of Windows this is on, and where exactly you have set "150%" scaling.
If you start Fiddler with the -dpiAware command line flag, it will report to Windows that it is DPI aware; I'd be interested to learn whether you find this better or worse than the default.
Hello, Eric, I'm sorry for a bit misleading information: the Save button is indeed in place but the Action Text list-box combo field in the Rules Editor is half-hidden. And since AutoResponder pane is unscrollable (no scrollbars) it makes it very hard to reach with mouse (keyboard works of course but you have to type blind). Hope new screenshots make it more clear.
All the screenshots were made with v22.214.171.124 (latest available build) on Win7 (I assumed that would be fairly obvious from screenshots, also some people put version number on window title -) The scaling was set in Control Panel\Appearance and Personalization\Display\Set Custom text size (DPI): 150%, 'Use Windows XP scaling' checkbox is unchecked.
Alas, no dice with -dpiAware flag, as far as I can see, basically, it's an equivalent of setting the compatibility option "Disable display scaling on high DPI setting" in shortcut properties. The same result can be achieved globally (i.e. for all applications) via switching on 'Use Windows XP scaling' setting in the Control Panel.
With best regards
PS Sitefinity's fora reply form and editor makes me sad. Probably, I should've used some another feedback channel like e-mail?