hendrik on 19 Aug, 2019 12:21 PM
thanks for reporting the issue and sending logs. The problem is caused by beaTunes incorrectly handling your very high resolution display. I believe I have fixed it enough to start, but am uncertain about what it looks like.
PS: Some users have reported problems with iTunes from the Microsoft store, because it does not allow COM automation, which beaTunes relies on. If you see such errors (failures to communicate with iTunes), please re-install iTunes from the Apple website.
Thanks for the feedback. Yeah, Windows and highDPI screens still don't play nice all the time. I installed the latest snapshot (the one you linked to above) and immediately after installation BeaTunes stopped as it tried to open. The BeaTunes splash screen displayed (quite small but legible) but then the same error window opened, with the same contents as before. I've attached the latest log files.
Mostly OK. The scroll bars are unusually large (perhaps intentional from Windows for touch screens??). The analysis was ongoing when I captured this and you can see the oval spot which normally would show the number of items remaining - but it is possibly white text on a light grey background and therefore unreadable. Same for messages in the Analysis tab.
Sorry, I couldn't work out how to change to "light look&feel". It's not mentioned in the Help file :)
However, the View menu is quite scrambled and the Preferences window is oddly scaled. Both attached.
Just an FYI. I will be going back to dark. This install of BeaTunes is not "mission critical" for me and I'd rather keep the interface I prefer across all of Windows and accept some short-term (?) problems with this particular app. I have a more critical install on another PC and it doesn't have a hiDPI screen.
Thanks for the fast feedback!