DavidGretzschel

2nd Laptop:
Probably has something to do with the 1920x1200 resolution at 200% scaling.
1920x1200 which has a 16:10 aspect ratio has become less common, but apart from my mini Laptop,
some people much prefer the 16:10-ratio and hold onto their old external monitors till they break.
(used to have one myself and it's still doing service at a friend's place)
So if you've got one lying around, that's what I'd test first to replicate.

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Laptop monitor: 15,6 inch, 1920x1080@60Hz
external monitor: 42.5 inch, 3840x2160@60Hz
(I use one or the other, never both at once)
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DavidGretzschel
ah to be more precise, I'm referring to the top, right and left few pixels still showing the background, even though the program has been maximized.
It's somewhat irritiating, because I end up subconsciously trying to maximize again, over and over, before I noticed what was happening.
[certain actions on the computer are as subconscious as breathing for me]

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Laptop monitor: 15,6 inch, 1920x1080@60Hz
external monitor: 42.5 inch, 3840x2160@60Hz
(I use one or the other, never both at once)
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mcaton
I clearly see what you are talking about in the screenshot, but I'm unable to replicate with the same display settings.  Maybe we could call this the "clear frame feature?"  No... I'll document for review.

Thanks,
Matt
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eeik
I've come across this and reported it LONG AGO Matt ... when last I checked, this was still a consistent nuisance on my Lenovo Yoga 720's native panel but not present with external monitor (maybe similar laptop version?) ... but two workarounds seemed to be...
1) maximize by mouse clicking and dragging the app to the top of the screen instead of hotkey or mouse click on maximize icon
2) disable the minimal chrome setting in TB settings ... not actually a desirable or useful workaround, but this seemed like the go to from support discussion at the time

maybe one of those will work for you David?

this is yet another wonky visual artifact I suspect is related to WPF implementation subtlety exhaustively reported on v9 and v10 ... really sad to see still surfacing within v11
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DavidGretzschel
@eeik
will try 1) to see if it works. But yeah, mouse? Boooo!
Can't try 2). Because I have no idea what "minimal chrome setting" means. Perhaps that's a TB10-thing?
I also have yet to try different scaling settings. Also not a real solution, cause I need stuff to be big on that device,
cause otherwise I can't hit them with the finger.

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Laptop monitor: 15,6 inch, 1920x1080@60Hz
external monitor: 42.5 inch, 3840x2160@60Hz
(I use one or the other, never both at once)
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Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 256Gb LTE
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DavidGretzschel

an observation:
The Yoga 720 and the Yoga OneMix 2s are very similar devices.

Both can twist themselves into tablets. Both have touchscreens and are capable of pen input.

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Laptop monitor: 15,6 inch, 1920x1080@60Hz
external monitor: 42.5 inch, 3840x2160@60Hz
(I use one or the other, never both at once)
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Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 256Gb LTE
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DavidGretzschel
1) works. But I'd prefer not to.

Lenovo Legion Y720 | 32Gb Ram | i5-7300-HQ, 4 cores @2.5 Ghz | GTX 1060 | :{Windows 10 (latest build) |  SSD: Model SAMSUNG MZVLW256HEHP-000L2

Laptop monitor: 15,6 inch, 1920x1080@60Hz
external monitor: 42.5 inch, 3840x2160@60Hz
(I use one or the other, never both at once)
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Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 256Gb LTE
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 256Gb LTE
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DavidGretzschel
Effect gets progressively worse from 100% scaling, where you really have to look for it to 200% where you have to avert your eyes in disgust (all right, that's a bit of an exaggeration).
Using shortcuts to split the screen in two, both window cuddle snugly with each other and the edges. Click image for larger version - Name: FSSNIP.png, Views: 31, Size: 432.92 KB
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mcaton
Documented and under review.

Thanks,
Matt
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