I have an high resolution monitor, so i am forced to increase the DPI settings, because i don't like to lose my vision to read smallish text. Windows 7 does a great job on scaling, and it works great
The program arises when i installed a very expensive and poorly coded accounting software: (for example, they use ms sql express server for just an user.... do they know about sqlite? and then it's just a quickly coded crystal reports frontend... totally disappointed seeing the price that i paid - over 3000 euro)
Ok, the window size is fixed to 600x400, has the resize borders, but has a senseless "OnDraw" function that resizes the window again... how i can disable it? The program is coded in vb.net (i know because of the frequent crashes that refers to an unhandled sql exception when importing data... disappointed again)
How easy it is to remove that function with .net reflector?
There is a software that forces a window to be another size?
I phoned the tech support, their fix is to decrease the dpi setting and lose my vision.