[chirp_users] MacOS - Chirp Windowing Misalignment

Charley Bratton charley at bratton.net
Wed Jul 18 09:41:20 PDT 2018

Hi Jerry,

I’ve seen the misalignment issue only after attempting to resize the CHIRP window in MacOS.
If I close the window and reopen in its default size, the misalignment issue is gone.
I’m using 10.13.6 currently, but have seen the same issue for the past few MacOS patches.

- Charley - KE4QBW

> On Jul 17, 2018, at 10:19 PM, Jerry Weiss <jsw at ieee.org> wrote:
> I have a problem with Chirp on MacOS, specifically 10.12 or 10.13 with the most recent build or (much) older ones.  I have two separate Mac's, one is my regular machine and the other is a test machine I just loaded with the latest downloads for chirp and python today.
> On both my mouse cursor doesn't track accurately with controls or cells in the Chirp window.  The offset is vertical about 1 or 2 cells or controls typically.   When this occurs I either see the bottom of the screen is either truncated or has a black band at the bottom, equal to the amount of offset.  If I resize the screen, the cursor alignment is restored for a while, but it never lasts for more than a few actions.  No special mouse/cursor software installed.  
> Anyone seen this before?    
> Separate question - is there a way to search archives?
> Thanks and regards,
> Jerry - WB9MRI
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