High resolution performance issues

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03-17-2017 09:29 AM
BjørnarSundsbø1
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Some of our customers have been inquisitive about supporting high resolution displays, and I've had the mixed pleasure of getting a Dell U3415W display on my desk, supporting a resolution up to 3440 x 1440 pixels. 

Using maximum resolution, navigating the map is rather jumpy, and doesn't perform very well with v10.2.7. On a normal resolution on a more traditional 24" monitor it is as smooth as one can expect.

This post is intended as a heads up, as this kind of display seems to be getting more popular these days. As this kind of resolution is absurd for most applications or websites I don't expect there to be too much demand, but figured I could give you some feedback in any case

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BjørnarSundsbø1
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While this issue has not been resolved, it appears to be related either to How do I disable zoom/pan animation?  or ArcGIS Runtime 100.4 draws basemap really slow when zooming with the mouse wheel . I suspect the latter, as there will be a lot more tiles involved in high resolution monitor, and the issue is exacerbated.

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BjørnarSundsbø1
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While this issue has not been resolved, it appears to be related either to How do I disable zoom/pan animation?  or ArcGIS Runtime 100.4 draws basemap really slow when zooming with the mouse wheel . I suspect the latter, as there will be a lot more tiles involved in high resolution monitor, and the issue is exacerbated.

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