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@Dhruv1140 wrote:

Here I used decorations, buttins,string controls,enum and table. but when I try to fit this to my desired resolution. It streches like 


Looks like you configured items to scale to the pane, always a bad idea. We cannot really tell from a picture HOW you configured the details and panes, we cannot really offer advice from insufficient information. Please attach your Vi instead.

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@GRCK5000 wrote:

whatever computer you want to use. do as shown below.

... change to 100%


This has nothing to do with the current discussion. It is not a solution for panel scaling, just for problems with symbolic fonts and can be entirely avoided by using non-symbolic fonts exclusively.

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Here I attach the vi that i want to scale with 1920X1080 resolution

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@Dhruv1140 wrote:

Here is the screen which I want to fit to 1920X1080 resolution

 

Here I used decorations, buttins,string controls,enum and table. but when I try to fit this to my desired resolution. It streches like 

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If you put a splitter between the table and the left side and only allow the left pane to scale vertically it'll probably scale better. It can be hard to get it to behave good/kind. Worst case scenario you'll have to catch resize events and programmatically position stuff and set text size. Let's hope you don't have to do that. 🙂 

I did that in an application, but not for all stuff, just a small pane at the top, so it wasn't that bad.

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