Win 10 latest/Roon 1.7 b505/AMD Ryzen 3, 8GB RAM/Roon on SSD/Library on spinning HD
Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)
Google mesh hardwired to Roon core and to output devices
Audio Devices (Specify what device you’re using and its connection type - USB/HDMI/etc.)
Cambridge Audio CXN ethernet hardwired to Google mesh router
Description Of Issue
Ok, another weird one. Take a look at the attached pictures. I get screen pixellation in Roon in the same place on-screen, all the time. The pixellation varies in severity and/or breadth, but it is always there in that diagonal stripe and across the “title bar”.
Just to eliminate the obvious: no, this doesn’t happen with other programs, even fairly graphics-intense ones, so it probably isn’t the monitor itself (an Acer monitor).
Thank you for providing that information. I have been discussing with the QA team and we would kindly like to request some more information surrounding this behavior:
If you run Roon in “Windowed” mode, do you experience the same behavior? If you go to Windowed mode and maximize the Roon again, does the behavior still occur?
Can you reproduce this behavior a few times, note the exact local time + date when you observe it occur and then send us a copy of your logs by using these instructions? The best way to get them over would be via a shared Dropbox / Google Drive link but if you don’t have either service, just let me know and I can provide alternate upload instructions.
I’ve never run Roon in full-screen mode, always in windowed mode. The pixellated behavior does NOT appear in full-screen mode, and when I toggle back into windowed mode the pixellation has disappeared. I’ve switched album/artist/radio selections a few times and the same thing occurs.
Just to confirm, the pixellation happens every time I start Roon up. Noris’ suggestion of “window on/window off” clears the pixellation for the duration of my Roon session, i.e. all day. But when I start up the computer on which the Roon core resides the next day, pixellation appears again.