I have a laptop with 4k screen with two attached 1920x1080 monitors. Nearly everything looks great except the text on the Find and Find & Replace dialog buttons. I find it odd that the application is functioning in a reasonable everywhere but on those forms. You can see in the image other forms look fine. I notice that the find form is non-modal. Are there any other non-modal forms I can check? Any suggestions?
I tried to find out which setting controls the font and font size of the buttons and the tab labels on Find and Replace window which on all my computers look fine including the one using two monitors with each having a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. So I can't really help on this issue.
I can only suggest to ask IDM support by email if no other user has an idea. I must add that I'm using normal DPI settings and have not tried what happens if I change the DPI settings because that would have required a log off/log on and changed everything.
I found out following additionally to the font and font size settings in Manage Themes dialog for the dockable views with exception of output window, in context menu of Output Window for output window, the manually to add settings for Open File Tabs and the menu font size:
Changing in Windows desktop/display settings the font and/or font size of Menu or Selected Items (no separate font setting) modifies in UltraEdit and UEStudio after a restart of UE/UES:
- labels of ribbon tabs,
- labels of ribbon groups,
- labels of ribbon items,
- status bar with exception of R/W, INS and COL fields,
- labels of open file tabs if not overwritten with the manually to add settings in INI file of UE/UES,
- popup menus and main menus in both toolbar/menu modes,
- titles of dockable view windows.
- list items (regular expression engine, encoding) in Find and Replace window.
Changing in Windows desktop/display settings the font and/or font size of Active Title Bar or Inactive Title Bar (no separate font setting) modifies in UltraEdit and UEStudio immediately:
- title of main window of UE/UES.