incrediBILL - 12:34 am on Jun 19, 2012 (gmt 0)
No, the average user probably WOULD because it's easy to get to under personalization labeled "Adjust Font Size (DPI)" but the problem is they wouldn't know how to easily deal with the chaos it creates because of all the buggy software that doesn't know how to properly include that extra variable in their GUI computations.
Shame really as this capability has been in Windows for a really long time and GUI developers either get it and do it right, or they don't and make a real mess out of things like Opera/Chrome/Safari did, all with the same damn bug.
btw..are you sure it hasn't been reported ? and if it wasn't ..did you report it ?..especially as you can tell them how to code the fix for it..
Yes, I could, but then again NMJ (not my job!) and I'm not getting paid to teach them how to write software.
As long as I can make it work with a compatibility mode option it's good enough for me. ;)
When the compatibility mode no longer solves the problem I'll just apply a more permanent fix and uninstall it