04-08-2008 07:14 PM
04-08-2008 09:30 PM
04-09-2008 06:32 AM
Changing back to the normal DPI did the trick. Thanks for that. Was going to bugger around with it for another hour and then revert back to the older version. Saved me a couple of hours work. You legend ! !
05-08-2008 11:29 PM
Here's another case of pushing the customer to do what you want rather than providing a quality product. Ouch - did I say that out loud? I can understand the DPI font setting problem creating a bug that needs fixed. No problem. I'm easy-going. However, having the solution be "set your DPI setting back to 'standard'" is not a proper response. My partner's laptop is a 12.1" screen with high resolution. It needs a bump in the DPI font setting. But this ACT bug is forcing her to set it to "too small" simply because the program does not operate correctly.
I am disappointed that a program which costs over $250/license has so many deficiencies which are not recognized properly as bugs. I would **LOVE** to hear from someone who might acknowledge this as a bug and let me know it is in the process of being fixed. Any chance of that? Please? :-)
05-09-2008 06:42 PM
It's not about "which font" ... this is the windows "font dpi" setting for on-screen fonts. It effectively makes all fonts on-screen larger and more readable. There is no selection of the font-type.