Build 3675 "Not responding" - something to do with multiple screens

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HI @Brad,

At home I have a three-monitor setup. Just updated to 3675 from 3674.

Initially, when my third screen is connected, starting Cantabile just had a white window, which I have to forcibly close. If I disconnected the third monitor, it starts fine.

With two screens connected, I then moved the running instance over to first screen, close and restart. I saw the same problem.

I then positioned Cantabile to the second screen. When I restart Cantabile it works no matter what monitors are connected.

At risk of generating a “smug report”, would this help?:

settings.3674.json:
“placement”: “1642,-37,1214,1056,False:False,1”,

settings.json:
“placement”: “427,75,1214,663,True:False,1”,

I may have seen something similar in recent builds, but just copied over working settings fil without looking at monitor setup.

Thanks,
John

And this might be of interest:

00000173 0 [02888:2]: DPI Mode: Standard
00000173 0 [02888:2]: Monitor #1: 96 dpi
00000173 0 [02888:2]: normalized bounds: [TopLeft: (-1920,0) BottomRight: (-384,864) Size: (1536,864)]
00000173 0 [02888:2]: native bounds: [TopLeft: (-1920,0) BottomRight: (-384,864) Size: (1536,864)]
00000173 0 [02888:2]: Monitor #2: 96 dpi
00000173 0 [02888:2]: normalized bounds: [TopLeft: (0,0) BottomRight: (1920,1080) Size: (1920,1080)]
00000173 0 [02888:2]: native bounds: [TopLeft: (0,0) BottomRight: (1920,1080) Size: (1920,1080)]
00000173 0 [02888:2]: Monitor #3: 96 dpi
00000173 0 [02888:2]: normalized bounds: [TopLeft: (1920,-661) BottomRight: (3120,1259) Size: (1200,1920)]
00000173 0 [02888:2]: native bounds: [TopLeft: (1920,-661) BottomRight: (3120,1259) Size: (1200,1920)]

Hi John,

Recent builds introduced some changes here because Microsoft seemed to have changed something in the latest Windows 10 that broke earlier builds on hi-dpi monitors. I’ve not seen this particular issue that you’re describing so I’m not sure off hand.

What would be best if is you could create a hang report. See the “diagnosing hangs” section on this page and you can upload the dump to here.

Brad

Thanks Brad,
All uploaded. CPU is 13.9%
John