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Advanced Settings

RParker611230's profile on WallpaperFusion.com
I was looking at advanced settings, and its clear there is a problem with font scaling

If I read this correctly it clearly states Font Scaling: Disable

But if I click that option, it shows me (screen shot attached) Font Scaling will be enabled (default) even when the current setting display otherwise. If it's enabled by default why is Font Scaling currently showing: Disable (I have not modified the setting before now)

Probably just a display error but you never know. If I choose font scaling to be disabled then the value shows font scaling disabled, obviously different from default.
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Dec 14, 2016  • #1
RParker611230's profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Along with what other people have stated such as adding text to the status meters, since the new beta has ability to visibly see Windows status, there is one called System \ system Up Time

Setting this to a graphic icon isn't very helpful since it increments.. we NEED the text for this to see what the actual uptime.. is.

So just bumping the ability to see text displayed on the icon (or instead) would be great.
Dec 14, 2016 (modified Dec 14, 2016)  • #2
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
I'll add your vote to that feature request :)

Regarding the Advanced Settings, that text is just the name of the setting "Font Scaling: Disable." Advanced Settings aren't really meant for normal usage, so we don't put a lot of effort into naming them, but I suppose something like "Font Scaling: Disable Scaling" would be a clearer name for the setting.
Dec 15, 2016  • #3
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