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Hi all,
I have a WinForm project in C# .NET 3.5. The UI looks perfect on 96 DPI resolution but clips text and/or overlaps some controls if the resolution is 120 DPI bcz its making all controls 25% bigger than 96 DPI.
Using AutoScaleMode is not helping.
The new requirement for our project is to fit UI for 120 DPI resolution or both 120 & 96 dpi if possible.
Is there a way by which all UIs can be fixed in one shot?
If not what is the best work around for such problem?
Any help would be highly appreciated.
Posted 14-Nov-10 23:32pm
Edited 16-Nov-10 3:36am

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Solution 1

The solution in my case is AutoScaleMode = DPI, and compile all the assemblies in 96 DPI resolution.

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