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Windows 7: How to make Control Panel's text bigger without using DPI settings?

30 Jun 2016   #21
Bongo

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You're Welcome

It looks good.


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30 Jun 2016   #22
ThrashZone

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Hi,
Nice work Jerry
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12 Jul 2016   #23
Bongo

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
Nice work Jerry
Thank you Mike it is appreciated.
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18 Oct 2016   #24
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Hello, I gotta come back to this thread.
I've been enjoying of a much better reading experience until now but I came across a program that seems to use a lot of the parts whose text cannot be changed. Bongo said:
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Some Properties and Personalization text cannot be changed.
So I must ask, is there really no way of changing those without messing with dpi? not even with that paid app you used (vistastylebuilder)?
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21 Oct 2016   #25
Bongo

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What program are you using that you're having trouble with?

Jerry
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21 Oct 2016   #26
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4 Weeks Ago   #27
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Let me show you. In the first screenshot you can see the menus are beautifully enlarged, but in the second you can see dialogs still use the tiny "properties". Those are the ones I'm asking about


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