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Old 11-27-2012, 02:18 PM   #16
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That age old Fume issue of UI scaling. I used to get it all the time after a format and changing DPI in control panel didnt work, neither did editing the registry values... strangely enough it always required a 2nd format lol ... weird... ah well thing of the past
Old 11-27-2012, 07:18 PM   #17
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I did mess around with this a bit more. I did notice that even when you switch your windows default size back to default some settings may not revert back (for instance the info text at the bottom of the Task Manager was ridiculously small like 5/6 points). I had to load an old saved theme to fully restore all of the windows display settings to the way I had them.

So it is still a f'd up windows issue but very annoying none-the-less. On the brighter side I am sure Windows 8 will fix that *sic* LOL
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