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I am having some issues understanding what you are reporting here this since a not familiar with the software you are using, and I would like to know if there is chance of rephrasing this two matters. If possible upload a short video with these issues.
I also made a support request and they recommended I should install the driver from the motherboard suppler ... and funny - this older Intel Display driver version 4551 (which Intel download never offered?) works (for problem 2).
Downloaded & installed
- selected Windows 64bit, VGA
and downloaded VGA_2120164551_20170120_SZ_TP_Win10_64 ... driver version 188.8.131.5251 ...
unzipped, installed, rebooted, started LibreOffice 5.3.3 .. and menus are there and also the mouse works correctly (when I click into a row with the mouse THIS row will be selected and not. row above (or same problems with icons - click on icon in 2nd toolbar and the one icon from toolbar above will be selected).
On the Intel download center
under other version you never offered driver version 4551 (missing in history list, 4542, 4590, 4627 - current 4664).
See enclosed screen shots:
So - how can this happen?
Does the motherboard supplier change the driver programs?
If yes, Isn't it possible to implement the Asus solution into your driver version - so we would profit from other changes?
As programmer for over 30 years I'm surprised that this happens.
Regarding problem 1 - this also happens on my Lenovo laptop and I think this is a Windows GUI (or mouse driver) problem.
But displaying the menu bar in LibreOffice in Asus driver 4551 (never offered from Intel) works and not with Intel driver 4664? (with other programs there is no problem - maybe its because LIbreOffice is programmed in Java (as far as I know) and delivers its own Java VM?).
rgIntel, I am glad to hear that the driver .4551 fixes the issue
I just wanted to let you know that Intel provides generic drivers for general purposes that might or might no work with third party devices. This is why we always recommend using the driver provided by the computer manufacturer and this because they are customized driver for your particular model.
From our end and for your graphics controller these are the generic drivers available; Downloads for Intel® HD Graphics 630
regarding thread title and problem 1) - please forget it. It's also on other computers. Sorry to post 2 problems in one thread.
Regarding problem 2) please see the new attached videos:
I've tried the older driver from Intel Download: win64_154516.4627 (OK) and the latest win64_154518.4664 (WRONG).
The following has changed when I use LibreOffice (5.3.3). Other "normal" programs (Explorer, UltraEdit, Opera, etc. ) are not infected. I think this happens because of the internal JVM (no idea)?
The latest driver 4664 has the following errors:
- the font is washy.
- the menu "File Edit View ... " won't be shown
- when I click into a row - the row above will be selected.
- when I click on an icon in the toolbar - the icon above from the 1st toolbar will be selected (problem like the row).
I'm using Windows 10 Pro 1607, 14393.1198 on an Asus Maximum IX Hero (latest Bios 0906) with i7-7700, 3.6 GHz and using monitor Samsung SMS24B750V with max. 1920x1080 via HDMI
Video with driver 4627 (ok):
Video with driver 4664 (not ok):
Finally said - your generic driver 4627 has worked - 4664 does not anymore.
I was able to re-test LibreOffice 184.108.40.206 (x64) using our latest internal driver, and the menus are visible and working fine.
I cannot confirm when this new driver is going to be available on Intel Download Center, but it should be sooner rather than later.
I'll update this thread once the driver is available for download.
Thank you for reporting this issue to us.
Hi, I only want to let you know it also doesn't work with build 4678.
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Thank you for your patience. Today we released a new driver baseline [15.46]. This is the same driver I used during our internal tests and it fixes the bugs with LibreOffice that were previously reported.
Please give this one a try and let me know your feedback.
thanks a lot - this build 220.127.116.1129 from 2017-07-05 works now correctly with LibreOffice.