Can't get access to "Save changes" button because the button is out of screen.

#1
Hi there,
I have EasyBCD 2.4 Community Edition installed on my Windows 10 PC
I want to dual-boot WinXP and Win10 with this program. Now I have XP installed I have to put a entry for WinXP on BCD using this program.
But however I can't find a way to get access to the "Save Changes" button found under "Edit Boot Menu" option.
Here's how it looks now -
I have tried changing my resolution down to as lowest as possible, but still can't get there.

So... Is there anyone who can help me with this issue? I'd really appreciate it. Thanks!

My current resolution - 1024x600 (60Hz)
Laptop - Samsung N150P
 

Terry60

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#2
Unmaximize the Window (click the double square between the - and X top right)
 

Terry60

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#4
Click and drag the top edge down till the display window reaches its smallest size, (the bottom will line up with the centre of the advanced settings button)
You can change the width in the same way.
When the Window is the size and shape you want, click Tools >Options > Display options and tick the "save Window size on exit"
 
#5
Click and drag the top edge down till the display window reaches its smallest size, (the bottom will line up with the centre of the advanced settings button)
You can change the width in the same way.
When the Window is the size and shape you want, click Tools >Options > Display options and tick the "save Window size on exit"
Doesn't changes anything. Still same. Resizing from top edge down to its smallest size doesn't lines up to Advanced Settings and it doesn't shows the other buttons.

Here's a video snapshot of attempting it - bandicam 2019-01-18 17-41-20-829 - Streamable
 

mqudsi

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#6
The EasyBCD 2.4 release contains many changes to scaling and DPI awareness, unfortunately Windows XP's finesse with DPI is much like a drunk man with a jackhammer in a quiet library and things are unfortunately not always very consistent.

It took a lot of work to get EasyBCD to scale correctly by default on Windows XP with the default DPI, but that was tested before release. What version of the .NET Framework do you have installed, what SP of Windows XP is this, and what is the DPI on this machine?
 
#7
The EasyBCD 2.4 release contains many changes to scaling and DPI awareness, unfortunately Windows XP's finesse with DPI is much like a drunk man with a jackhammer in a quiet library and things are unfortunately not always very consistent.

It took a lot of work to get EasyBCD to scale correctly by default on Windows XP with the default DPI, but that was tested before release. What version of the .NET Framework do you have installed, what SP of Windows XP is this, and what is the DPI on this machine?
Actually it's not Windows XP, it's running on Windows 10 and from Windows 10 with EasyBCD, I want to set boot entry for Windows XP dual boot.

Think it has most of the .Net framework installed. I still have installed 4.0/4.5 manually too. Still not fixed
 

Terry60

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#9
FYI Mahmoud
Realized I hadn't tried 2.4 on W10 yet, so did my monthly switch to W10 to apply patches and while I am here have just tried EasyBCD 2.4 under build 188219.rs_prerelease.180810-1721 and sizing/scaling all works perfectly, exactly the same as in 2.3