I’ve recently converted my OS to Ubuntu from Windows 10 to try resolving some Shotcut issues, but resolution in Ubuntu has been a challenge. Looks like the padding is a little strong - I’m unable to get to certain filter properties unless I let the filter window float. But even then, it’s a struggle to resize the floating window in order to display all properties.
Drivers are updated and correct, and resolution for the desktop and all other apps displays as it should. Is there a way to change the app resolution for only Shotcut?
Edit: See the third attachment. In this example, I cannot access the Y offset without floating the filter (scroll does not go all the way down). It is also difficult to see whether the Audio Track(s) have been locked/unlocked or muted/unmuted.
ANOTHER EDIT: Since evidently the information above is not clear, I’ve attached another screenshot for those with eyes. The panels are pulled to their maximum size, yet some properties still cannot be seen. As I mentioned above, I can float the panel and see all properties (or hide other panels), but that’s obviously a pain in the ass. The workaround of adding the line QT_AUTO_SCREEN_SCALE_FACTOR=0 does not work. From what I gathered from being given a link instead of an explanation, it looks like an HiDPI issue was potentially fixed with the June release. Unfortunately that release is useless because of the significant audio problems that occur when scrubbing. Is there no real fix for this aside from waiting until the July release when (hopefully) the audio scrubbing will be addressed?