Using Clarity for Windows on high DPI displays Print

Clarity is designed to work on almost any Windows or Mac computer, including those with high DPI screens (a very high resolution screen in comparison to the physical size (e,g, Microsoft Surface PC, 13" laptops with 4k screens. Mac Retina screens).

However the default settings that Windows uses conflict with the settings in Clariry, resulting in the software appearing very small on the screen, with all the buttons, toolbars and text being randomly scrambled.

TechNote CT-N01N explains how to change the default Windows High DPI settings to work with Clarity.

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Last Updated ( Monday, 18 February 2019 15:34 )