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  1. Yes, of course I know that, I mean is there a way to force the program use another dpi ?
  2. I'm using an old laptop with a stupidly small resolution and I managed to change the screen DPI under 100%. All programs I have work with this officially unsupported value (with some visual glitches though), except paint.NET (I have to reset DPI to 100%, close and re-open session, then pdn works). So it's not really an issue but I was wondering if there's a (quick) way to fix this. Error :
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