Windows 8 scaling
Hi all - I've got a touchscreen Windows 8 tablet (Samsung ATIV Pro, innards similar to Microsoft Surface) and have been in touch with Propellerhead support to help me disable display scaling.
My tablet has a high resolution display, so I use the Win 8 display scaling feature to make most applications render 'bigger', improving legibility on the physically small screen.
This looks fine for most office type apps, but some applications are rendered badly, with text and graphic scaling resulting in 'blurry' anti-aliasing.
Most apps which scale badly (only 32 bit apps it turns out) can be forced to not scale via the 'compatibility' menu (right click on app or shortcut, select 'Properties', go to 'Compatibilty' tab, and select the 'Disable display scaling for high DPI settings').
Peter, a Propellerhead dev, explained the following:
I've done it via the registry and it works great. I now have a pin sharp app display (albeit small) and touch control of all the knobs and faders in Reason.
Hope this helps someone.
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