Shame you didn't get a response to this, I'd like this too. It's looking a little dated. We hate the browser version so the desktop version spruced up would be great.
it works for me:
You can disable display scaling for an individual desktop app in Windows 10. Here’s how:
Step 1: Select the search box in the taskbar, enter run programs, and then select Run programs made for previous versions of Windows in the search results.
Step 2: In the Program Compatibility Troubleshooter, select Next.
Step 3: Select your program from the list, and then select Next.
Step 4: Select Troubleshoot program, select The program opens but doesn’t display correctly, and then select Next.
Step 5: Select Program does not display properly when large scale font settings are selected, and then select Next.
Step 6: Select Test the Program to open the app with the new settings. If it works, select Nextand save the settings. Otherwise, select Cancel.
It seems that nearly all new laptops now come with a high definition screen. In most cases, using a high def screen means everything is scaled up to display at the correct size. HD (x150), 4K (x250). The linnworks desktop program does not scale. Therefore when forced to scale by windows, it becomes blurry/fuzzy. It would be good to see a future version of the desktop application work correctly with scaling. Any comments or thoughts welcome! Thanks
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