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17 Dec 2011  
steve4nlanguage

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Mathematician View Post
I also tried "all" possible compatibility options, without success. But then I tried out to change the settings under Control Panel\Appearance and Personalization\Display from Medium/125% (my standard setting) back to Small/100% (the default), and this helped immediately.
Yes, I found a blog post by a Microsoft programmer (A picture that *still* can't be easily described with words - Sorting it all Out - Site Home - MSDN Blogs) that suggested changing the DPI setting. I simply increased it by one percent from the default (up to 126%) and the keyboard now displays.
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