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Scaling on high-resolution screens

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    Scaling on high-resolution screens


    I bought a new laptop with a 13" but HIGH (3800x1800) resolution screen.

    W8.1 has a display feature where ALL objects can be scaled larger to deal with the fine resolution.

    However, I have one program on the desktop that sometimes flips this off and "goes native". Any idea why this would happen?

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    W10 Pro X64


    What program is it?
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Scaling on high-resolution screens
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