Hello, i'm getting an annoying truncation warning in the app about the OSD, even nothing is really obviously truncated. I would even ignore the message but the the warning is really one of the most intrusive forms of warnings i've ever seen: 1. it is a pop-up 2. is is becoming primary focused object on the desktop and it is also even minimising 3d games to display me this warning. 3. I have't found a way to disable it. So, can someone 1st help me to disable these agressive pop-ups in MSI Afterburner? 2nd, why it is telling me someting is truncated even i see it isn't? Additionally, i don't see any reason to use such extreme aggressive popups for such low priority information. The app is at the moment not really usable as it randomly minimises games. I have recently reinstalled the app (full uninstall and install) to fix another issue (which is less critical so i dont ask for it now here) and then this extreme pop-up issue came. I had before the reinstallation even more monitored items dispalyed on the OSD. If i answer here no, it just come a bit later again, if i say yes, it opens the monitoring mask, where i don't really see the need to change anyting. Is there any "shut up" switch for intrusive this pop-up? Below you can see what i have configured. It has a few, especially CPU items. I had previously (before i reinstalled the app) even more information configured for OSD display without any errors popping-up. I have tried to reduce CPU related informaion (e.g Power per CPU) but this is just reducing the amount of columns and not shorten the lenght. I want keep all virtual CPUs here. So if anybody has an idea what is causing these truncaiton warnings, pelase help. The amount of CPUs was never an issue and i have this Ryzen 5950X since some time alredy and many genertions of MSI Afterburner. All items which i have configured in the "monitoring" section of the app are being shown in the OSD, so i don't undestand what the app wants form me with "truncation", in this case there should be someting cut and missing but it isnt.