Stroyline doesn't support Hi-DPI, anyone have a workaround?
Apr 29, 2014
Sadly the folks at Articulate seem to think everyone still l uses 1024 x 768 resolution displays. Clearly they have not paid attention to the popularity of Retina displays (since they don't support Mac, why would they), and laptops and monitors produced by Dell, Lenovo, Samsung, etc now offer resolutions nearing 4K.
Microsoft products like Office, Web browsers including Firefox, and other productivity programs have got on board, but graphic dependent programs from Adobe and Articulate, among others, don't seem to care.
I have submitted a feature request for Hi-DPI support, but don't expect much to come of this. Sooooo......
Does anyone else in my situation have a workaround? Im running Windows 8.1, and own the Lenovo Yoga Pro 2. Of course I can lower my display to non-native 1600 x 900, but that kind of defeats the whole purpose of paying a premium for high resolution.
Is there software available that automatically switches displays resolution based on what executable file has been prompted? Any tricks inside of the Storyline code that can be used? Any one button options that sit on the taskbar where all I would have to do is click, without having to visit display properties?
Any help is much appreciated.