VERY STRANGE GRAPHICAL BUGS

Issue #12383236 • Assigned to Steven K.

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Author
Vague S.
Created
Jun 18, 2017
Privacy
This issue is public.
Found in build #
15.15063
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Reported by 1 person

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I was playing with the Project64 emulator, Edge was in the background, then I pressed Alt +Enter to make the emulator full screen, and I did not notice that the resolution set in the emulator was lower than my 1920x1200 monitor, the Emulator was set to 1280x720 or something similar, when it went Fullscreen, I saw that it was at a low resolution so I decided to quit the Fullscreen mode and configure him to work at 1920x1200… But…

No problem, all other programs were working normally in the background, but Edge started to show a very very strange bug, a part of it turned all blue, like a giant stripe, and this blue stripe was dancing slowly from left side then back to the right side, and it appears more if i resize the Edge window with the mouse.

Very creepy bug. Look that screenshot.

https://s4.postimg.org/vhaoeqn5p/000.png

My video card is a Radeon HD 6850 1GB, the monitor is connected via HDMI.

Standard Windows Creative Update, im not a Windows Insider.

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    • Microsoft Edge Team

      Changed Assigned To to “Steven K.”

    • Hi Vague Spy,

      Can you be more specific?  :->

      Just kidding.  This is interesting.  Can you send a dxdiag report?  To run a DxDiag report follow
      the steps below:

       

      1.        
           If you are running Windows Vista or higher go to your task bar.
      1.        
           Click on, "Start Button".
      1.        
           Click on, "Run".
      1.        
           In the pop-up window enter DxDiag and hit ok.
      1.        
           The DirectX Diagnostic Tool pop-up window should appear.
      1.        
           Click on, "Save all information".
      1.        
           Save As" window should be present.
      1.        
           Click on, “Save” (The file should be saved to your
        desktop as DxDiag.txt)
      1.        
           Exit the DirectX Diagnostic Tool.

       

      Then upload and attach the
      saved output file to this post.

       

      Thank you for the help,

       

      The MS Edge Team

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