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Force DPI scaling for a ClickOnce application

I have a problem with a ClickOnce application, it does not scale fonts at all when I change the DPI setting in Windows. The fonts stay at the 100% size, while all other applications respect the ...
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Set DPI of individual applications in Linux

In order to test a Qt application I'm working on I need to run it with various DPI settings to see how it looks. I can change the DPI settings globally in a couple of ways (Appearance->Fonts or ...
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Firefox 4 fonts are bigger than the rest of the apps in Linux

I mean the fonts of the app itself, not the web pages rendered If I change the DPI fonts resolutions (appearence preferences, fonts, details) from 96 dpi to, let's say, 80 the look fine, but ...
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Font configuration on Linux dual-head configuration with DPI's at 90 and 150:

I have a laptop with a 15" screen and a resolution of 1920 X 1200 and a 22" external monitor running at 1680 X 1050. This means the laptop runs with a dpi of 150 and the monitor runs at a dpi of 90. ...