I have problem with HALcoGen. Graphic layout is broken, when I use 125% font size on Win7 system settings. 100% font size is correct, but fonts are too small on high-resolution displays (ex 1920x1080 at 15" laptop)
Thanks for the input. We will look into this reported issue.
Sorry for the Inconvinence, HALCoGen has this architecture limitation and can only be used with 100% font size. HALCoGen will be moved to Eclipse based platform in future ( couple of months from now) and these problems are addressed by default.
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I have run into an instance where setting the font size to 'Smaller - 100% (default)' in Windows 7 still does not fix the HALCoGen display issue described above. Is there any other display or font setting in Windows 7 that also needs to be changed to fix this problem?
I tried replicating the issue but it works fine for me, I tried changing the font to 125% and reverted back to 100% it looks fine. It is recommended to logoff and login again after you make any font change.
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