The issue is an erractic display in the embedded browser. See below for more detail and some screenshots.
This is a 100% reproducible issue as follows:
With the above setup the embedded browser contains fuzzy content. Looks the same as zoomming greater than 100% on an image in an image viewer. Looks like this:
Then as soon as you move your mouse inside the browser window and interact with something like a link or icon the content re-scales itself into the upper lh corner of the browser window as shown here. I have highlighted with yellow the new rh edge of the browser window. You can see the previous content to the right of the "new" view.
I have reproduced this on the following hardware all with Nvidia graphics of various flavors:
I have opened a call with PTC but wanted to check to see if anybody else is experiencing this issue or maybe has found a resolution for it.
Another reason to miss Display Postscript. Also, the potential of SVG.
Another reason to miss Display Postscript.
Old memories there. Early 1990's running Sun OpenWindows on SPARCStations. SPARCStation 1, SPARCStation 1+, SPARCStation 2, and SPARCStation 10 hardware.
I noticed the subject has been truncated turning "100%" into "10".
Subject should be:
Re: Creo Parametric 4.0 embedded chromium_browser display issue with Windows 10 scale larger than 100%
I have a work around for this issue. See PTC article CS265134:
Using this workaround I have tried the following:
Hi, we have the same problem.
Windchill Chromium embedded browser has lot of graphic glitch using Windows 10 Scaling with a 4K resolution.
This workaround solves graphic glitches but the Windchill embedded browser shows very small characters because use the default 100% scaling.
With such small characters it is impossible to use the application.
(We encountered whis problem with different NVIDIA Quadro graphics cards and with different Workstations)