Nextcloud version 24.0.3 (on shared server with cpanel etc.)
Client operating system: Windows 10? (not sure exact release)
Laptop: Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7 14"
External Monitor: ASUS VG246
Windows desktop client 3.5.4-x64.msi
I’ve been testing Nextcloud on a shared server, and installed the desktop client snap on Ubuntu and the package on Android a few weeks ago. No major issues on those platforms.
Last night for the first time I installed the Nextcloud Windows client on spouse’s laptop. The laptop is on a stand with a larger monitor to the side.
The Nextcloud installer was using the laptop screen which is physically quite a bit smaller than the attached monitor. UNFORTUNATELY for the final part of the install (where you choose the sync folder etc.) Nextcloud sized itself too tall for the laptop screen, and I could not see any way to move it up or down.
I got through everything except once I had chosen to sync the files with the server there was no way to finish the install. I decided there must be an OK button off the bottom edge of the window that we couldn’t see. (If there’s a Windows command to move a dialog around like there is in linux GNOME I don’t know it.)
What I ended up doing is tabbing and hitting Return until I hit whatever invisible button I couldn’t see and it finished the install.
It’s not working perfectly for spouse, but this was quite a “papercut,” if you know what I mean, so spouse is not exactly enamored with it so far. (Spouse also couldn’t get either Collabora or LibreOffice to open the files, but that’s another issue I’ll figure out eventually.)
I believe the max hardware resolutions are (though I don’t know what resolutions Windows has chosen)
Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7: 1920x1080px max
ASUS VG246H: 1920x1080px max (connected via USB-C)
I’m surprised looking up the resolutions online because I would think the height SHOULD be the same (??) but Nextcloud installer chose a height too tall for the screen (I could not see the top or bottom edges).
Is there already an open bug for this in a bug tracker?
If you need the ACTUAL resolutions, where do I look in Windows to find the actual resolution of the displays in Windows? (I don’t use Windows much in years. Spouse needed it for online courses & work.)