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Mon, May 19 2014 11:27 AMPermanent Link

Raul

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On 5/19/2014 10:42 AM, E.B wrote:
> It looks like you have Windows scaling (either display or font or both)
> active also (based on window title text size) which likely is affecting
> this. Might need ElevateSoft to look into this and explain how the OS
> side scaling affects display
>
> Yes ... You must be right. But I don't know where
> such a display scaling is tuned on my computer.
> A thing like millimeter/pixel, it has a name I've forgotten.
>

Not sure which OS you're using but for Windows 7 most of the scaling is
under "Control Panel\Appearance and Personalization\Display"

Mine is set to "Smaller - 100% (Default)" setting

Raul

Tue, May 20 2014 11:56 AMPermanent Link

E.B

Raul wrote:

On 5/19/2014 10:42 AM, E.B wrote:
> It looks like you have Windows scaling (either display or font or both)
> active also (based on window title text size) which likely is affecting
> this. Might need ElevateSoft to look into this and explain how the OS
> side scaling affects display
>
> Yes ... You must be right. But I don't know where
> such a display scaling is tuned on my computer.
> A thing like millimeter/pixel, it has a name I've forgotten.
>

Not sure which OS you're using but for Windows 7 most of the scaling is
under "Control Panel\Appearance and Personalization\Display"

Mine is set to "Smaller - 100% (Default)" setting

Raul

You're right Raul. I'm using Seven too and setting this
parameter to 100 % solved the problem ...

Well ... this parameter tuned font size, nothing else ...
Windows is a stange world ... Why does a font size parameter
change controls position ? I don't know !

And know I've a problem. My eyes are tired and I need
to set font size to 150 % so I can't see exactly how
things will be for the user ...

An other solution could have been changing EWB menus fonts size.
But it isn't possible.
Tue, May 20 2014 2:17 PMPermanent Link

E.B

Finally I set font size at 100 % as you shown and set a lower
screen resolution. So characters are larger on screen and
my eyes can work !
Tue, May 20 2014 2:18 PMPermanent Link

E.B

E.B wrote:

Finally I set font size at 100 % as you shown and set a lower
screen resolution. So characters are larger on screen and
my eyes can work !

Thanck you Raul !
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