I currently have Tracktion running in a DLL. I have exposed EngineHelpers::showAudioDeviceSettings(), but when I open the window, the contents are not scaled properly. For comparison, the left window is from the DLL, and the right window is from Tracktion’s AudioRecording example.
I have a 4k monitor and am using 175% scaling in the “Advanced scaling settings” on Windows.
Any help would be appreciated!
I’m not really sure about this but I don’t think it’s a Tracktion Engine related problem, it’s more a JUCE thing.
Maybe the plugin version is taking the DPI of the host?
Do you need to wrap opening the window in a
I have tried the following:
auto localDpiDisabler = std::make_unique<ScopedDPIAwarenessDisabler>();
auto* d = create();
d->enterModalState (true, nullptr, true);
But unfortunately that didn’t fix the problem.
IIRC there is also the JUCE_WIN_PER_MONITOR_DPI_AWARE preprocessor macro that plays a role in this. See if it changes anything in the behaviour of your DLL build