Better support for hi-dpi and docking
I have a Surface Book that gets docked and undocked regularly. The external monitor is not a high-res display, and consequently, the size and layout of the desktop app gets pretty weird after docking. Essentially, the app can't be used unless the window is made super wide.
Chris Smith commented
FWIW, This should be addressed on literally EVERY microsoft app - it's constantly an issue between screens or docking/undocking. But since we're here talking about the Teams app, yes this would be great. :)
I have a screen at 125% and another at 100%.
Everything is very tiny and hard to read. The new DPI settings from Creators Update didn't fix it.
Ask the Visual Studio Code for help. Their Electron app works well across various DPI settings.
Jace Copier commented
Please fix this. There was a brief moment where it scaled properly, but has never come back. I like to keep Teams visible on my Surface Book screen, but the font is so tiny, I find myself squinting and leaning towards the screen just to use it. As this tool is so new, I was expecting the hi-dpi issue wouldn't even be an issue.
Timo Lindqvist commented
Here's how to repro a high-DPI issue:
1) Open teams on high-DPI laptop
2) connect external, non high-DPI monitor
3) Move Teams window to external monitor. Looks ok
4) Resize Teams. This makes everything inside the teams window too small.
Kevin Berridge commented
The desktop app also doesn't scale when you move it between the Surface Book's high DPI screen (at 200%) and an external monitor's low DPI screen (at 100%).