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layout existing models corrupted since upgrade 3.1.0.011

Since I upgraded to 3.1.0.011 the models I made in earlier 2.6 Bizagi have a corrupted layout (see attached file). The text doesn't fit the elements any longer and need resizing. Colleagues who open the same file do not seem to have this problem. Re-installation did not help so far. Does any one have a suggestion.

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I had the same Problem! ...you have to adjust your graphical settings from 125% down to 100%

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Dear Matthias,

To solve this issue, please upgrade your current version to 3.1.0.026 Version from: https://bizagi.sharefile.com/d-s328785753534860b

Best Regards

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Dear Juan,

Thanks for your reply. Unfortunately the suggested solution did not solve my problem.

If other possibilities to solve the problem are available I would be pleased to hear them.

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Dear Matthias,

The sent version resolves problems like pallete section which in your screenshot, it does not appear very well. It also resolves other issues. Regarding your issue, it´s not a problem because each task has a property section to describe much better the name.

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If you need more fields, you can include extended attributes. For further information: http://help.bizagi.com/process-modeler/en/index.html?extended_attributes.htm

Best regards

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Dear Juan,

I know the options you describe. They have nothing to do with my problem however.

My problem is that all the texts do not fit the elements any longer. The textboxes are resized in a manner where the text falls beyond the boundary of the boxes and is therefore only partly displayed. When a colleague opens the same model, the textboxes have different (correct) sizes and the texts are perfectly readable. The new bizagi seems to corrupt the layout of the models on my computer. I would like to hear a different solution is available, since I can't do my work properly right now.

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I had the same Problem! ...you have to adjust your graphical settings from 125% down to 100%

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