I used a 32" monitor to create a Scapple file as part of a Scrivener project.
I opened the project in a small notebook PC, and instead of just displaying the diagram small, or only showing parr of it, it resized fonts and boxes and generally mangled my diagram to fit the smaller screen.
It would be nice to see this fixed - I sometimes teach workshops and would like to use Scapple to do live diagramming… not really possible if prepared examples pop up on the big screen in garbled form.
This is something that will be naturally fixed once the code base is updated to the newer version of the development toolkit. The one it is written with predates the concept of high resolution displays.
Until a new version comes out that is linked against the newer version of the Qt development framework (which includes the capabilities and upgrades necessary to handle differing display resolutions), there’s not much you can do.
Solution of sorts: I’m used to this happening if I dare to open scap on my other laptop, but today it happened on my main machine. Yesterday I installed new drivers and it looks like my resolution got reset. I realised it might be that and have been fiddling until I seemed to have found a res where most of the scaps are coming up normal sized again. BUT I use scapple for everthin. I have hundreds of projects for organisation of different things and this is a terrifying ‘shot across the bow’/ warning to go for something more modern, although I hate every ‘map map’ tool i’ve tried, as they dont ALLOW THE SAME FREEDOM OF POSITIONING NOTES AND LINKING. Oops: caps lock error!