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Razorboy68

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  1. HI Ron, Thanks for the fast response! Yes - it's my laptop screen. And I keep magnification/scaling set to 250% nearly all the time unless I drop the res to 1080p (and turn off scaling), which I do for various apps that don't scale well or when using Remote Desktop or VMWare Horizon to connect to Windows 7 machines at work (as 7 scales horribly). The laptop is an EVGA SC17 1070G, with an NVidia GTX 1070 and 17" 4K (3820 x 2160) non-HDR (unfortunately) G-Sync display. 4K is overkill at 17", but it was the only option in the closeout deal where I picked up this laptop. I've attached the log. I presume there's no personal info in it? If there is - even if there's a chance - please download it then remove it from this post. I suspect this issue just got missed when scaling improvements were made elsewhere in the app. I just updated to Windows 10 version 1903 build 18362.267 so checked again, but it still isn't scaling correctly. Thanks, Erik
  2. The scaling issue persists in version 3.8.3.2965 (current as of 8/5/2019, at least in the Upgrade screen, which is where you'd think they'd want to make sure it's a pain-free process. I'm running W10 at 4K on a 17" laptop screen with magnification set to 250% so I can use it with the screen 3 feet away, and when I click "Upgrade", this is what I get (attached). Needless to say, I'm not about to continue the process unless I can read everything.
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