@deirdrew opened this Issue on March 2nd 2022

It looks FINE on my android tablets (Tab S7+ and Tab S8 Ultra), but NOT on my Dell 8950 w/Windows 11 using MS Edge (latest and prior versions) The Days of the week section has some of the tops of the letters cut off.
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@sgiehl commented on March 3rd 2022 Member

Might be an issue of the font rendering on windows 11 maybe.
@deirdrew does it work in another browser than Edge?

@deirdrew commented on March 3rd 2022

I have verified that my MS Edge font settings are synched to same on my Windows 10 desktop which shows the days fine. I have not changed any font settings or scale on my Windows 11 system that has the issue. It came installed with Windows 11 so it's a clean install. Weird.

@deirdrew commented on March 3rd 2022

Might be an issue of the font rendering on Windows 11 maybe. @deirdrew does it work in another browser than Edge?

I don't have any other browser installed and just don't really want to install another one, sorry.

@deirdrew commented on March 3rd 2022

It shows as an image not text on the page, BTW.

@sgiehl commented on March 3rd 2022 Member
@deirdrew commented on March 3rd 2022
@sgiehl commented on March 3rd 2022 Member

I guess this might be caused by our charting library, which is quite old. This might be fixed when we start replacing it like suggested in #16120. Not sure if we can fix that before.

@deirdrew commented on March 3rd 2022

I guess this might be caused by our charting library, which is quite old. This might be fixed when we start replacing it like suggested in #16120. Not sure if we can fix that before.

No problem, just made me curious

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