I am using an ultra-wide monitor, physical size: 814mm x 359mm, and native resolution 3440 x 1440. I've got Windows 10 set to that resolution (which it says is recommended).
All well and good, but the font size of menus is way too tiny to see without giving me eyestrain. I have the same problem with the Preferences and Customize windows. Holding the ctrl key down and using the mouse scroll wheel never fails in a web browser, but Dopus ignores that approach, (except in the file display pane).
I looked through the nightmare world of Preferences *, but I couldn't see anything to change font size for the above, for example in Display|Colors and Fonts|Fonts.
Please explain how to increase the font sizes in Preferences, Customize and system menus. (BTW I have figured it out for the toolbars, directory tree and file panels.)
- It's all very well Dopus having the key objective to enable users to customize its UI in just about any way they want, but you really need to make it easier to do. Please bin the Prerences windows and its myriad of confusing settings, and replace it with a user-centric system. Ideally, I would like to be able to move the mouse pointer at a grief area of the Dopus window, and hit a key to bring up an AI that asks me questions about the problem. I guess that will be a few versions away though.