Maximized window bleeds onto second monitor
Windows 10 desktop client, maximizing the window causes 1 pixel bleed over onto the adjacent monitor. Other apps are not doing this, it seems to be an issue specific to Teams. Attached screenshot of the edge of of two monitors, the white line to the left of the app is caused by the Teams window (showing over the darker background of my adjacent monitor)
Charles Duance commented
Must be getting worse as its now at least 10 pixels. If I move teams to the other monitor it bleeds onto that one too just the other side etc. This also causes the horizontal scroll bar to almost disappear at the bottom of the app so I cant see my other buckets in tasks......
As of 23-feb-2021 this problem is still around.
As on 12-Feb-2021, this problem still exists
Yanick Girouard commented
This problem still exists in November 2020 with the latest version of Teams. Will it ever be fixed? There is a 1 pixel border that bleeds on my primary monitor when I maximize the Teams window on the secondary monitor.
Volodymyr Kireiko commented
I have the same issue.
Look like it reproduce when use scale on some of monitors. I use 125% for laptop and 100% on second display.
Noah Gent commented
Same issue here, Teams, when maximized, bleeds a white line onto the second monitor when the second monitor is displaying the desktop. The problem does not occur when something else is maximized on the second monitor.
Christopher Schipper commented
Pull in fixes for frameless window from upsteam electron.