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And this problem is going to get worse with the adoption of 4k Displays.-phitsc (May 28, 2014, 01:40 AM)
I just checked Display Properties / Settings: Screen Resolution is 1920 x 1080
Under Advanced, the DPI Setting is Large Size (120 DPI) - 125% Normal Size.
So I have increased the overall DPI Setting.-PhuketGeek (May 27, 2014, 02:01 PM)
that's the key - FARR has not responded to this change.
In my experience, many apps dont respond, or dont respond well to the 125% setting...
(Can also be very problematic when on a 768 pixel height display and you cannot read or reach the OK button on dialogues - e.g. in IE.)-tomos (May 27, 2014, 04:01 PM)
It also looks like the OP has ClearType on, which uses certain fonts and can cause a fuzzy look. I do not like ClearType at all.Yes, I have ClearType on.-skwire (May 27, 2014, 10:47 AM)
But on the other hand, if you compare the Options window font size, with the fonts I use on the rest of my screen, they sure look small. See first attachment.
Or compare them to, say, a Firefox Option window. See second attachment.
Or VLC Options window. See third attachment.
I don't think it's so much the clarity of the font as, simply, its size.-PhuketGeek (May 27, 2014, 08:34 AM)
Yes, you're right - it is tiny compared to those.
Oddly they're the same size on my screen i.e. my Firefox options font is the same size as FARR's (so they'd both be too small for you...)
 actually FARR's options are a bigger clearer font [/edit]
I'm wondering, have you scaled the system font?-tomos (May 27, 2014, 09:21 AM)