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UCS Manager UI Fonts Size on 4K Screen

Older UCS Manager uses Java application. The UI fonts could be extremely small on high DPI screen. The fix is:

  1. Go to "C:Program Files (x86)Javajre1.8.0_171bin".

  2. Go to "Properties" of "jp2launcher.exe".

  3. "Compatibility" tab -> "Change high DPI settings".

  4. Check "Override high DPI scaling behavior....".

  5. Select "System (Enhanced)" or "System".


 

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