theta_wave wrote:I just bought a new laptop going from 1280x800 to 1920x1080 screen and I notice that Monkeyrok displays every album art with a border that takes up a 1/4 of the cover.
I've tried to replicate this issue, but I can't. Is it consistent with all artwork? Does changing the resolution settings of system fix the problem?
Sorry that you can't replicate the issue. Yes, it is consistent with every album cover, as 99.999% of my album covers are linked to a file (typically "00. Front.jpg") and have a max height x width of 740x740pixels. As you can see, the album covers are well within my screen resolution. Also, changing my resolution to 1600x900 does not help fix the problem. Using my new laptop, I started storing covers for new albums at 1000x1000pixels and what happens is that the cover is downsized to accommodate the large white border.
I'm using a clean install of Win7 Ult. As for Mediamonkey, I installed it and copied over it with my previous laptop's Mediamonkey (databases, plugins, scripts, settings and all) in their respective directories. I only had to register the embedded minilyrics viewer .dll to have everything working as it did in my recently replaced laptop, except for this white border issue of course.
Is it an Internet Explorer setting? Googling the issue, I see that IE8 had problems with white borders around graphics. I have IE9 installed though. Also, I barely touch IE, as I use Firefox or Chrome for my browsing needs. Thanks trix for looking into the issue.