I've actually created a custom font for the app, and it's quite a bit smaller so even with increased DPI it should still fit. I may use you as a guinea pig to try it out
As far as somehow disabling the DPI, I don't think I can so hopefully between the font selector and the new font it will solve your issue.[quote=Wint]It's all done and ready to try out. I haven't had the time I need to work on it lately, but it's fairly close to having the server status available. I had to write some code to mask the server addresses in the source, but now that is done so it's just a matter of cleaning things up. I also need to figure out how to install a font from an MSI file, otherwise I'll have to write up separate instructions on how to do that.
Yeah ill happily try any new version, are you unable to replicate the issue on your LCD by upping the desktop then?
You seem to know exactly what im taling about, but just to clarify I right click on desktop select personalise.
This goes to the themes page, then I select display from the menu on left, Control Panel\Appearance and Personalization\Display is the actual path.
Instead of disable the DPI is it possible to instead define your program as using 100% scaling?
I dont know any of the technical stuff, just things like IE8 can have their own independant scaling.
100% in that feels like 100% base not 100% of 125%, though ill have to take some old school ruler measurments then change display and check :)