Topic "Icons too large on second monitor"

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nikpmr

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I have a hi-dpi monitor as my primary monitor and a regular monitor as my secondary. I'm really thankful for the recent update where WinSCP no longer looks enormous on mixed DPI setups. However a couple problems remain for me—the file icons are still very large (see here: https://i.imgur.com/SxCbCS7.png) and the columns seem to change in size (in the image, they have gotten narrower and are cramped to the left; other times they get wider instead). Are these issues exclusive to my setup or are they reproducible?
Thanks!
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nikpmr wrote:
the file icons are still very large (see here: https://i.imgur.com/SxCbCS7.png)

I assume the icons are large on the monitor with lower (normal) DPI, correct?
This is a known problem, for which we do not know a solution yet:
https://stackoverflow.com/q/43230907/850848
If you have enough reputation on Stack Overflow, please upvote my question.

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and the columns seem to change in size (in the image, they have gotten narrower and are cramped to the left; other times they get wider instead).

Can you give us step by step instructions for reproducing this? Thanks.
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