Conforming to custom scale in Windows display settings

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jonobrien
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Conforming to custom scale in Windows display settings

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I've just started using a monitor with a 3840x2160x140DPI panel and have had to set a custom scale of 350% in Windows display settings to maintain the appearance of applications as they were on my previous monitor. UMS is one of the applications which doesn't obey the custom scale, meaning that text displayed in the main panel is tiny and very hard to read. UMS conforming to the custom scale would be very helpful.
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SubJunk
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Re: Conforming to custom scale in Windows display settings

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Agreed that would be good. It is a Java bug and I suspect it is the same problem as this issue https://github.com/UniversalMediaServer ... ssues/2549
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