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Known issues in HIPE 15

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Using high-density displays with HIPE makes Java 8 display unreadably small text and icons on Windows and Linux

Ticket number: None; Third-party.

Versions affected: All HIPE versions

Description: Java Swing does not render text and icons correctly scaled on displays with a pixel density higher than 100 pixels per inch (ppi) on Windows and Linux, causing UI elements to be very small.

Root cause: Oracle only provided pixel-dense fixes for Retina displays on macOs, leaving Windows and Linux with an inconsistent configuration. (Java tells the Operating System that it is pixel-dense aware but actually it does nothing, leaving the UI elements at their original scale.) This has been fixed for the future release of Java 9 ( JEP-263).

Workaround: There was a JVM argument to prevent Java stating that it is HiDPI aware on Windows: -Dsun.java2d.dpiaware=false . Unfortunately, it doesn't work with Java 8 because Oracle has added to the java.exe manifest file the following statement, overriding the JVM argument:

  <asmv3:application> 
    <asmv3:windowsSettings xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/SMI/2005/WindowsSettings"> 
       <dpiAware>true</dpiAware> 
    </asmv3:windowsSettings> 
  </asmv3:application> 

If you do not mind modifying your Java installation, you can edit the manifest of java.exe, javaw.exe and javaws.exe with a tool like ResEdit and set the dpiAware value to false. Then Windows will scale UI elements automatically to the proper size.

 

Product browser does not refresh for MyHSA data in the current session

Ticket number: HCSS-18240 (by design; won't fix)

 
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