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  • UKRUKR SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited September 2018
    To
    be able to give you a correct answer, we need to know what version, feature
    level and release of Quicken you are using. 


    Click Help / About Quicken (Mac: Quicken / About Quicken) to determine
    year/version and release.

    What version of Windows or Mac OS are you using?
     

    As a shot in the dark, please try this:

    Font size problems? Display issues? (Windows 8+)

    All Quicken versions
    (up to and possibly including Q 2017 Release R3 in certain hardware
    configurations) appear to not properly support the new display types supported
    by Windows 8 and 10 and the under-the-covers changes Microsoft made to make
    characters readable on all sizes of screens, from small tablets to very large
    hi-res 4k monitors.

    That may lead to all
    sorts of display issues including fixed-size Quicken windows being displayed
    too big, too small, blurry, with truncated text and/or missing action buttons.

    To try to circumvent
    this issue go to the Windows Desktop and check the Compatibility tab settings
    in your Quicken Desktop program icon:

    With Quicken closed, right-click the icon, click Properties, click the
    Compatibility tab.

    Uncheck all settings, check "Disable display scaling on high DPI
    settings".

    Optionally, also try the "Run this program in compatibility mode for"
    and select an older Windows version.

    Click the "Change settings for all users" button.

    Click Apply and exit.

    Start Quicken and see if that makes a difference.

    If the bank account
    register font is "huge", click View in the Menu Bar, then click to
    remove the checkmark at "Use large fonts".

    Also try setting the bank account registers to use a different font style or
    size: in Edit / Preferences / Register click the Fonts button and try different
    fonts.

    It's recommended NOT
    to run Quicken in full-screen mode. Use windowed mode instead, adjusting the
    size and position of the Quicken window so it's away from areas used by the
    Windows Taskbar.

    Make sure you have installed the latest video driver version for your hardware.

  • DugguhDugguh Member
    edited February 2017
    Quicken Deluxe 2017, build 26.1.3.4, R3. Win10 64bit



    Tried all the compatibility tweaks and did not change anything. Tried changing screen resolutions and that didn't change anything either. It appears as the pop-up category window doesn't know where the screen borders are. If a transaction category list is opened at the top of the register, the popup window opens downward without issue. Same if opened at the bottom of the register, the popup window displays upward without issue. If opened in the middle, like when reviewing downloaded transactions, the register ends up in the middle of the display. This is where the category popup window will pop open upward past the top border.



    This problem appears to be a problem reported by other users with different configurations.
  • DugguhDugguh Member
    edited September 2017
    UKR said:

    To
    be able to give you a correct answer, we need to know what version, feature
    level and release of Quicken you are using. 


    Click Help / About Quicken (Mac: Quicken / About Quicken) to determine
    year/version and release.

    What version of Windows or Mac OS are you using?
     

    As a shot in the dark, please try this:



    Font size problems? Display issues? (Windows 8+)

    All Quicken versions
    (up to and possibly including Q 2017 Release R3 in certain hardware
    configurations) appear to not properly support the new display types supported
    by Windows 8 and 10 and the under-the-covers changes Microsoft made to make
    characters readable on all sizes of screens, from small tablets to very large
    hi-res 4k monitors.

    That may lead to all
    sorts of display issues including fixed-size Quicken windows being displayed
    too big, too small, blurry, with truncated text and/or missing action buttons.

    To try to circumvent
    this issue go to the Windows Desktop and check the Compatibility tab settings
    in your Quicken Desktop program icon:

    With Quicken closed, right-click the icon, click Properties, click the
    Compatibility tab.

    Uncheck all settings, check "Disable display scaling on high DPI
    settings".

    Optionally, also try the "Run this program in compatibility mode for"
    and select an older Windows version.

    Click the "Change settings for all users" button.

    Click Apply and exit.

    Start Quicken and see if that makes a difference.

    If the bank account
    register font is "huge", click View in the Menu Bar, then click to
    remove the checkmark at "Use large fonts".

    Also try setting the bank account registers to use a different font style or
    size: in Edit / Preferences / Register click the Fonts button and try different
    fonts.

    It's recommended NOT
    to run Quicken in full-screen mode. Use windowed mode instead, adjusting the
    size and position of the Quicken window so it's away from areas used by the
    Windows Taskbar.

    Make sure you have installed the latest video driver version for your hardware.

    Quicken Deluxe 2017, build 26.1.3.4, R3. Win10 64bit


    Tried all the compatibility tweaks and did not change anything. Tried changing screen resolutions and that didn't change anything either. It appears as the pop-up category window doesn't know where the screen borders are. If a transaction category list is opened at the top of the register, the popup window opens downward without issue. Same if opened at the bottom of the register, the popup window displays upward without issue. If opened in the middle, like when reviewing downloaded transactions, the register ends up in the middle of the display. This is where the category popup window will pop open upward past the top border.


    This problem appears to be a problem reported by other users with different configurations.
  • edited February 2017
    UKR said:

    To
    be able to give you a correct answer, we need to know what version, feature
    level and release of Quicken you are using. 


    Click Help / About Quicken (Mac: Quicken / About Quicken) to determine
    year/version and release.

    What version of Windows or Mac OS are you using?
     

    As a shot in the dark, please try this:



    Font size problems? Display issues? (Windows 8+)

    All Quicken versions
    (up to and possibly including Q 2017 Release R3 in certain hardware
    configurations) appear to not properly support the new display types supported
    by Windows 8 and 10 and the under-the-covers changes Microsoft made to make
    characters readable on all sizes of screens, from small tablets to very large
    hi-res 4k monitors.

    That may lead to all
    sorts of display issues including fixed-size Quicken windows being displayed
    too big, too small, blurry, with truncated text and/or missing action buttons.

    To try to circumvent
    this issue go to the Windows Desktop and check the Compatibility tab settings
    in your Quicken Desktop program icon:

    With Quicken closed, right-click the icon, click Properties, click the
    Compatibility tab.

    Uncheck all settings, check "Disable display scaling on high DPI
    settings".

    Optionally, also try the "Run this program in compatibility mode for"
    and select an older Windows version.

    Click the "Change settings for all users" button.

    Click Apply and exit.

    Start Quicken and see if that makes a difference.

    If the bank account
    register font is "huge", click View in the Menu Bar, then click to
    remove the checkmark at "Use large fonts".

    Also try setting the bank account registers to use a different font style or
    size: in Edit / Preferences / Register click the Fonts button and try different
    fonts.

    It's recommended NOT
    to run Quicken in full-screen mode. Use windowed mode instead, adjusting the
    size and position of the Quicken window so it's away from areas used by the
    Windows Taskbar.

    Make sure you have installed the latest video driver version for your hardware.

    I have had the same issue with both 2015 and 2017 version.  Upgrade with the hope this would have been fixed.
  • UKRUKR SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited September 2018
    I can only assume that this must be an issue very specific to your display hardware, video driver version, screen resolution and/or other Control Panel / Display customization settings.
    It's my understanding that Quicken has made fixes to Quicken 2017 R 3 that resolved the issue for most users, but apparently not in your case.
    I'm running Q 2017 R 3 on a 17" laptop with Windows 8.1 and I'm not experiencing any such issues.

    If you haven't done
    so already, I'd say it's time to contact Quicken Support via Chat or Phone
    at  http://www.quicken.com/contact-support  and report this issue so that the programmers can take another look.

    Scroll down to the blue boxes at the bottom of the webpage for access to Chat
    or Phone Support.

  • Mike MetzgerMike Metzger Member
    edited February 2017
    UKR said:

    To
    be able to give you a correct answer, we need to know what version, feature
    level and release of Quicken you are using. 


    Click Help / About Quicken (Mac: Quicken / About Quicken) to determine
    year/version and release.

    What version of Windows or Mac OS are you using?
     

    As a shot in the dark, please try this:



    Font size problems? Display issues? (Windows 8+)

    All Quicken versions
    (up to and possibly including Q 2017 Release R3 in certain hardware
    configurations) appear to not properly support the new display types supported
    by Windows 8 and 10 and the under-the-covers changes Microsoft made to make
    characters readable on all sizes of screens, from small tablets to very large
    hi-res 4k monitors.

    That may lead to all
    sorts of display issues including fixed-size Quicken windows being displayed
    too big, too small, blurry, with truncated text and/or missing action buttons.

    To try to circumvent
    this issue go to the Windows Desktop and check the Compatibility tab settings
    in your Quicken Desktop program icon:

    With Quicken closed, right-click the icon, click Properties, click the
    Compatibility tab.

    Uncheck all settings, check "Disable display scaling on high DPI
    settings".

    Optionally, also try the "Run this program in compatibility mode for"
    and select an older Windows version.

    Click the "Change settings for all users" button.

    Click Apply and exit.

    Start Quicken and see if that makes a difference.

    If the bank account
    register font is "huge", click View in the Menu Bar, then click to
    remove the checkmark at "Use large fonts".

    Also try setting the bank account registers to use a different font style or
    size: in Edit / Preferences / Register click the Fonts button and try different
    fonts.

    It's recommended NOT
    to run Quicken in full-screen mode. Use windowed mode instead, adjusting the
    size and position of the Quicken window so it's away from areas used by the
    Windows Taskbar.

    Make sure you have installed the latest video driver version for your hardware.

    I just upgraded from 2015 to 2017, and this issue has just appeared for me also. No other changes to my system other than the Q2017 upgrade. So not sure how hardware/video driver compatibility would have an effect.
  • DugguhDugguh Member
    edited December 2016
    UKR said:

    I can only assume that this must be an issue very specific to your display hardware, video driver version, screen resolution and/or other Control Panel / Display customization settings.
    It's my understanding that Quicken has made fixes to Quicken 2017 R 3 that resolved the issue for most users, but apparently not in your case.
    I'm running Q 2017 R 3 on a 17" laptop with Windows 8.1 and I'm not experiencing any such issues.


    If you haven't done
    so already, I'd say it's time to contact Quicken Support via Chat or Phone
    at  http://www.quicken.com/contact-support  and report this issue so that the programmers can take another look.

    Scroll down to the blue boxes at the bottom of the webpage for access to Chat
    or Phone Support.

    I just changed my screen resolution back to its native 1920-1080 which appears to have fixed the problem. Quicken 2014, which I upgraded from, was unusable at this resolution. Columns and registers were unreadable. Appears that Quicken resolved that issue going forward.
  • DugguhDugguh Member
    edited February 2017
    I just changed my screen resolution back to its native 1920-1080 which appears to have fixed the problem. Quicken 2014, which I upgraded from, was unusable at this resolution. Columns and registers were unreadable. Appears that Quicken resolved that issue going forward.
  • edited January 17
    UKR said:

    To
    be able to give you a correct answer, we need to know what version, feature
    level and release of Quicken you are using. 


    Click Help / About Quicken (Mac: Quicken / About Quicken) to determine
    year/version and release.

    What version of Windows or Mac OS are you using?
     

    As a shot in the dark, please try this:



    Font size problems? Display issues? (Windows 8+)

    All Quicken versions
    (up to and possibly including Q 2017 Release R3 in certain hardware
    configurations) appear to not properly support the new display types supported
    by Windows 8 and 10 and the under-the-covers changes Microsoft made to make
    characters readable on all sizes of screens, from small tablets to very large
    hi-res 4k monitors.

    That may lead to all
    sorts of display issues including fixed-size Quicken windows being displayed
    too big, too small, blurry, with truncated text and/or missing action buttons.

    To try to circumvent
    this issue go to the Windows Desktop and check the Compatibility tab settings
    in your Quicken Desktop program icon:

    With Quicken closed, right-click the icon, click Properties, click the
    Compatibility tab.

    Uncheck all settings, check "Disable display scaling on high DPI
    settings".

    Optionally, also try the "Run this program in compatibility mode for"
    and select an older Windows version.

    Click the "Change settings for all users" button.

    Click Apply and exit.

    Start Quicken and see if that makes a difference.

    If the bank account
    register font is "huge", click View in the Menu Bar, then click to
    remove the checkmark at "Use large fonts".

    Also try setting the bank account registers to use a different font style or
    size: in Edit / Preferences / Register click the Fonts button and try different
    fonts.

    It's recommended NOT
    to run Quicken in full-screen mode. Use windowed mode instead, adjusting the
    size and position of the Quicken window so it's away from areas used by the
    Windows Taskbar.

    Make sure you have installed the latest video driver version for your hardware.

    I just upgraded from 2014 to 2017 and the same issue is confounding me. The category pop-up window always opens so that the bottom of the window covers the payee line--which works fine if the transaction is near the bottom of the page. If the transaction is near the top of the pop-up window it again displays as above but now extending above the top of the screen. I scroll up the transaction list until the one I want is in the middle to the bottom of the screen and then I am able to see the entire pop-up. Yes, a fix is needed.
  • Adam WiseAdam Wise Member
    edited August 2017
    i think the problem exists for people that dont have 1920-1080 resolution screens.  Mine is 1366-768 and I can't get the problem resolved.  When downloading transactions and accepting them into the register, the category box remains off the screen.
  • JEMJEM Member
    edited July 2017
    I am having the same issue with my laptop.  My resolution is 1366-768 as well.
  • slw404slw404 Member
    edited February 2017
    UKR said:

    To
    be able to give you a correct answer, we need to know what version, feature
    level and release of Quicken you are using. 


    Click Help / About Quicken (Mac: Quicken / About Quicken) to determine
    year/version and release.

    What version of Windows or Mac OS are you using?
     

    As a shot in the dark, please try this:



    Font size problems? Display issues? (Windows 8+)

    All Quicken versions
    (up to and possibly including Q 2017 Release R3 in certain hardware
    configurations) appear to not properly support the new display types supported
    by Windows 8 and 10 and the under-the-covers changes Microsoft made to make
    characters readable on all sizes of screens, from small tablets to very large
    hi-res 4k monitors.

    That may lead to all
    sorts of display issues including fixed-size Quicken windows being displayed
    too big, too small, blurry, with truncated text and/or missing action buttons.

    To try to circumvent
    this issue go to the Windows Desktop and check the Compatibility tab settings
    in your Quicken Desktop program icon:

    With Quicken closed, right-click the icon, click Properties, click the
    Compatibility tab.

    Uncheck all settings, check "Disable display scaling on high DPI
    settings".

    Optionally, also try the "Run this program in compatibility mode for"
    and select an older Windows version.

    Click the "Change settings for all users" button.

    Click Apply and exit.

    Start Quicken and see if that makes a difference.

    If the bank account
    register font is "huge", click View in the Menu Bar, then click to
    remove the checkmark at "Use large fonts".

    Also try setting the bank account registers to use a different font style or
    size: in Edit / Preferences / Register click the Fonts button and try different
    fonts.

    It's recommended NOT
    to run Quicken in full-screen mode. Use windowed mode instead, adjusting the
    size and position of the Quicken window so it's away from areas used by the
    Windows Taskbar.

    Make sure you have installed the latest video driver version for your hardware.

    I upgraded from Q2014 to Q2017 on my Windows 10 laptop and have the exact same issue as all of you: the category list window extends off the top of the screen as if there were visibility up there. Tried the "disable settings on high DPI" suggestion but it didn't help.
  • slw404slw404 Member
    edited February 2017
    I have tried the suggestions at the top of the page regarding high DPI and reverting to older WIndows version compatibility but still encountered the "category list window running off screen" problem. I have Windows 10 and the default resolution is 1920x1080. Others seemed to resolved the issue at that resolution, but it's not working for me. Very irritating.
  • StaceyStacey Member
    edited February 2017
    i tried different resolutions and though it fixed the category list, now the downloaded transactions are off the screen!  I can't see them now. I can't use this software like this. Calling support since I just upgraded. Not sure if that will do any good.
  • JEMJEM Member
    edited February 2017

    Try menu options VIEW > USE POP UP REGISTERS. 

  • QPWQPW Member ✭✭✭✭
    edited October 2018
    For people at or close to the min display resolution spec for Quicken this is going to be a problem.
    The pop up category list is just too big.  It is in fact impossible to fit on the screen depending on what transaction in the register you are on.  This problem was introduced in Quicken 2015 when they changed the category popup menu.

    JEM's idea is a good workaround, another is to realize that you can just type and it will search, and as such you don't really have to use the menu at all.

    In this thread I put up some screenshots that show that it won't fit on a screen that is set to 768 high.
    https://getsatisfaction.com/quickencommunity/topics/category-box-pop-up-half-off-screen-in-2017-windows  
  • Roy MRoy M Member
    edited March 2017
    I have also been seeing the same bug in 2017 R.4, Win 10 Pro 64bit.  Screen shot showing the bug is attached (near the top left, you can see the light blue/gray Quicken window border and just above, the trees on the wallpaper, as well as the screen expanding about the Quicken window border.  I thought the release notes said this was fixed in R. 5, which I just installed, but no, the problem continues.  I tried the Compatibility suggestions mentioned above, with no improvement.  My screen resolution is 1920 x 1080 (Recommended).  Further suggestions?  

    image
  • gmalis1gmalis1 Member
    edited March 2017
    Roy M said:

    I have also been seeing the same bug in 2017 R.4, Win 10 Pro 64bit.  Screen shot showing the bug is attached (near the top left, you can see the light blue/gray Quicken window border and just above, the trees on the wallpaper, as well as the screen expanding about the Quicken window border.  I thought the release notes said this was fixed in R. 5, which I just installed, but no, the problem continues.  I tried the Compatibility suggestions mentioned above, with no improvement.  My screen resolution is 1920 x 1080 (Recommended).  Further suggestions?  

    image

    Are you really using a "chart of accounts" with numerical values attached to each category?

    Please...tell me you imported this from some other software at one time.  Because I'm finding it hilarious that you have this set up this way.  
  • Roy MRoy M Member
    edited July 2017
    Roy M said:

    I have also been seeing the same bug in 2017 R.4, Win 10 Pro 64bit.  Screen shot showing the bug is attached (near the top left, you can see the light blue/gray Quicken window border and just above, the trees on the wallpaper, as well as the screen expanding about the Quicken window border.  I thought the release notes said this was fixed in R. 5, which I just installed, but no, the problem continues.  I tried the Compatibility suggestions mentioned above, with no improvement.  My screen resolution is 1920 x 1080 (Recommended).  Further suggestions?  

    image

    Your eyes are not deceiving you.  That set up goes back more than probably 2 decades, at least as far back as NCNB's (I think) Managing Your Money, which preceded Microsoft Money.  If you are a heavy user of the numeric keypad, typing numbers is faster than typing letters.
  • DoraDora Member
    edited March 2017

    Just upgraded from Q2014 to Q2017 and have the same problem. Categories listing goes off the top of the screen. I tried JEM's suggestion of VIEW > USE POP UP REGISTERS, but it did not help. Looking forward to a patch that will fix this. It was not a problem in 2014. Surprised they did not catch this in testing before releasing the version. It's quite bothersome.

  • ciarmerciarmer Member ✭✭
    edited April 2017
    I'm using Quicken 2017 R5, Windows 10 and 1920X1080. Same problem here. Very annoying.

    Also having the same types of issues in other parts of the program. For example, in bill reminders tab, when selecting "Enter" for a specific bill, the Enter/Cancel buttons are off the screen. Have tried a number of possible fixes including running in different compatibility modes. 

    Turning off "Use Large Fonts" seems to fix all of these issues but then fonts throughout the program are so small, it is a struggle to read anything. 

    These display issues are not new. I've had these issues for years and always think that the next "update" will provide a fix. Updates never seem to address the majority of these issues. The myriad of display issues is well documented.  

    The use of pop up registers certainly helps but doesn't fix many issues. For example, the category list is partially off the screen even using a pop up register.

    With some of these issues I actually have to close the program using Task Manager (because all other actions are impossible since the needed "button" is off the screen), restart it, change the font setting, perform my task, and then change the font setting again. I often feel like I'm working with Windows 3.1.
  • edited October 2017
    Been using Quicken since 1998 with nary a problem.  Did become unhappy when they started discontinuing account updates for older products.  Didn't see any changes from 2010 to 2014 versions other than different fonts. Paid the upgrade price because I figured it saved me time manually downloading transactions.

    Just got forced into a new upgrade for the same reason and now have the same category list off the top of the screen with 2017.  Now I'm very unhappy.  Why am I paying for a decrease in functionality? 

    I'm running a Lenovo T520 with native 1366x768 resolution.  Nothing higher.  Tried some lower resolution settings but they don't fix the issue.  Tried to use the pop up registers but that is option is grayed out for some reason.

    From the sound of this discussion, Intuit has been aware of this for some time. As a retired IT executive, I find this unacceptable.  Isn't Intuit monitoring these forums?
  • R P GriggsR P Griggs Member
    edited July 2017
    Intuit sold this program to an investment group. I can't get information on what they are doing about this problem. Seems they changed it so you can't download from financial institutions after 04-30-17 unless you upgrade and pay for the newest version. Slick way to increase their revenue shortly after purchase. Don't know why Intuit would sell a product in which they enjoyed a monopoly in the market place.
  • gmalis1gmalis1 Member
    edited April 2017

    Intuit sold this program to an investment group. I can't get information on what they are doing about this problem. Seems they changed it so you can't download from financial institutions after 04-30-17 unless you upgrade and pay for the newest version. Slick way to increase their revenue shortly after purchase. Don't know why Intuit would sell a product in which they enjoyed a monopoly in the market place.

    1 It's been a year since the capital investment group, HIG, purchased Quicken from Intuit.

    2 Quicken (and previously Intuit) almost never gives any timeline for fixes...or in most cases even acknowledges a problem exists unless it's the most egregious of problems.

    3 The discontinuation of download services after about 3 1/2 years of ownership has been in effect since at least 2010...so this is nothing new.

    4 Intuit sold Quicken for the same reason other companies sell off parts...to make money from the sale and/or to move from that market.

    5 There are plenty of alternatives to Quicken.  You just have to look for them and try them out.  Most have free trials.  
  • ciarmerciarmer Member ✭✭
    edited April 2017

    Intuit sold this program to an investment group. I can't get information on what they are doing about this problem. Seems they changed it so you can't download from financial institutions after 04-30-17 unless you upgrade and pay for the newest version. Slick way to increase their revenue shortly after purchase. Don't know why Intuit would sell a product in which they enjoyed a monopoly in the market place.

    I'm a long time Quicken user. Occasionally I come here and ask a question and I always start out providing all of the information that I can about the problem I'm having. One thing I've noticed is in the end, a super user will chime in on a topic with a borderline nasty comment. I have an issue with how the program displays on my machine. It's a display issue. One that Quicken has heard about through these forums for a long time. I'm not looking to switch to another software solution because of a display issue.

    I'm just looking for input on two things - is there a workaround that works? So far, the answer (for my circumstance) seems to be no. And second, I'm simply wondering why after all this time a seemingly simple issue like this is still sitting there annoying a significant number of long time users. That's more of a rhetorical question. Clearly, the decision makers at the company feel there are bigger fish to fry. I'm not looking for input about where I might be able to go for alternatives. I've got too many years invested for that to be a viable solution. Unfortunately, that's not the first time that type of solution has been suggested and somehow I doubt if it will be the last time. 

    My questions about a true workaround for the many display issues inherent in the program stand. I'm hoping that the next step won't be someone shutting down this thread. 
  • Adam WiseAdam Wise Member
    edited April 2017

    Intuit sold this program to an investment group. I can't get information on what they are doing about this problem. Seems they changed it so you can't download from financial institutions after 04-30-17 unless you upgrade and pay for the newest version. Slick way to increase their revenue shortly after purchase. Don't know why Intuit would sell a product in which they enjoyed a monopoly in the market place.

    I agree.  And this was the simple reason I started this thread.

    I've been a long-time Quicken user and enjoy the platform, but it would be very helpful to get a solution to this problem.   

    So far I have not seen one that actually works.  Can anyone at Quicken help?
  • StaceyStacey Member
    edited July 2017

    Intuit sold this program to an investment group. I can't get information on what they are doing about this problem. Seems they changed it so you can't download from financial institutions after 04-30-17 unless you upgrade and pay for the newest version. Slick way to increase their revenue shortly after purchase. Don't know why Intuit would sell a product in which they enjoyed a monopoly in the market place.

    Come on Quicken are you listening!!! Spent another morning totally frustrated; takes twice as long to do anything with improper resolution or whatever is making the drop down boxes partially hidden. Really!!! Don't have this problem with other software vendors; maybe you should check with MicroSoft and have them help you figure it out.
  • gmalis1gmalis1 Member
    edited April 2017

    Intuit sold this program to an investment group. I can't get information on what they are doing about this problem. Seems they changed it so you can't download from financial institutions after 04-30-17 unless you upgrade and pay for the newest version. Slick way to increase their revenue shortly after purchase. Don't know why Intuit would sell a product in which they enjoyed a monopoly in the market place.

    This is a user to user forum.  Complaining to other Quicken users gets you nowhere. 
  • maryfsanmaryfsan Member
    edited April 2017
    Quicken has posted a fix that worked for me. it is
    https://www.quicken.com/support/work-around-display-issues-high-resolution-monitors

    I hope it works for you as well.
  • ciarmerciarmer Member ✭✭
    edited April 2017
    maryfsan said:

    Quicken has posted a fix that worked for me. it is
    https://www.quicken.com/support/work-around-display-issues-high-resolution-monitors

    I hope it works for you as well.

    Hi - 

    The link you posted is suggested as a fix for some graphics issues (i.e. it is described as a fix for users with high resolution monitors experiencing display problems (distortion, odd graphics, etc.)).

    That description doesn't seem to apply to the problems being discussed in this thread (issues with the category list going off screen or action buttons not be accessible since they are off the screen). Are you suggesting that this fix addresses the category list and button access issues? I'm a bit reluctant to try this fix as it changes registry entries and I'd love to hear from other users that it actually solves the issues this thread has enumerated.

    Has any user used this "fix" to fix these issues? 
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