On 5/13/2019 at 8:46 PM, Bouzoo said:
Honestly I'm not sure if it did, recently I have been forced to split screen so I noticed it, figured it hadn't been implemented yet. It has been a long time since I used it.
Unfortunately I come bearing bad news. The reason that it is broken is not a Chrome bug, it's actually an oversight in the CSS specification. A solution has been added to the latest version, but the latest version of the specification is not yet widely supported (including not on Chrome), and switching to the version that works at 767.5px would break the site at all resolutions for browsers that don't support it.
It is possible for IPS to fix it without the spec change, but a general fix would be a reasonable amount of work (and off the top of my head probably still not fix absolutely everything, just more things), so there's a reasonable chance that they will not implement it. I will ask them though.
For now, if you want to snap chrome to the side of the screen at 1.25x DPI and access the user menu, you'll need to resize the window by 1 pixel in either direction.