Other offices have also reported this issue happening after the most recent Windows 10 updates were applied. So far the issue does not appear to interfere with the rescheduling process, but does leave a trail behind when you drag a yellow floating appointment across the screen. Once you let go of the appointment, the view returns to normal.
Currently there are upcoming changes to the scheduler planned for the first or second quarter this year. I have brought up the issue of needing to test this new updated scheduler in the same environment prior to release to see if we can address the issue with current version of Windows 10 as well if it still exists with this new scheduler update. juriz
It started back in Windows 7 as well, but Windows 7 had some built in settings that could be changed to correct it.
If you close PracticeWorks, then Right click on it's icon on the desktop, Go to Properties. Once the Properties window is open go to the "Compatibility" tab. Check the boxes for "Disable Visual Themes," "Disable Desktop composition," and "Disable display scaling on high DPI settings." Microsoft actually removed these settings and any similar controls in Windows 8 and 10.
After that open PracticeWorks and see if it helps. I have seen a few cases where it didn't work, but most of the time it does resolve it.
Dr. Michael Sesemann
Dr. Christina Pruitt
10020 Nicholas St #200
Omaha, NE 68114