Fritzing window sizing on ubuntu 16.10 issue


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Steps I took that resulted in the problem:

pulled the correct arch of the linux fritzing, extracted and ran the Fritzing executable. application loads but looks 2x the scaling on my 1080 resolution

What I expected should have happened instead:

the window would be full screen to my resolution not larger than the screen.

My version of Fritzing and my operating system:

16.10 ubuntu
3.20.4 gnome-shell
0.9.3b of Fritzing

Please also attach any files that help explaining this problem
DEBUG
reck7@T450s:~/apps/fritzing-0.9.3b.linux.AMD64$ ./Fritzing -d
"translation en_US loaded 1 from /home/reck7/apps/fritzing-0.9.3b.linux.AMD64/translations"
“registering font family: Droid Sans DroidSans”
“registering font family: OCRA OCRA”
“got transaction”
“referenceModel::loadAll completed”
“parts count 2029"
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve SSLv2_client_method
qt.network.ssl: QSslSocket: cannot resolve SSLv2_server_method
"load something”
“checking for backups”
"check files to load 0"
“create empty sketch"
libpng warning: iCCP: known incorrect sRGB profile
"loading bin ‘Core Parts’”
“module id mystery_part_sip_3_100mil not found in database”
“module id generic_ic_dip_8_300mil not found in database”
“module id generic_female_pin_header_2_100mil not found in database”
“module id generic_shrouded_pin_header_10_100mil not found in database”
“module Mystery Part - 3 pins:mystery_part_sip_3_100mil obsolete svg /home/reck7/apps/fritzing-0.9.3b.linux.AMD64/fritzing-parts/svg/obsolete/icon/mystery_part_icon.svg”
“module Generic female header - 2 pins:generic_female_pin_header_2_100mil obsolete svg /home/reck7/apps/fritzing-0.9.3b.linux.AMD64/fritzing-parts/svg/obsolete/icon/generic_female_header.svg”
“Setting platform to Arduino”
“Setting board to Arduino UNO”
“Setting board to Arduino UNO”
"Setting port to "
“Setting platform to Arduino”
"adding layer kin 57511 3 25 bb96c70"
"adding layer kin 57512 3 18 2b6a810"
“finish up sketch loading”
"http://fritzing.org/download/feed/atom/linux-64bit/?version=0.9.3b.04.19.5c895d327c44a3114e5fcc9d8260daf0cbb52806&sysname=Ubuntu&kernname=Linux&kernversion=4.8.0-27-generic&arch=x86_64&sysversion=16.10&pid=76c07cd5aeb7012738587d696dbf0866"
“http check new version”
“http check new version no error”