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Since Unity is supporting DPI scalling my fonts and icons looks very lean inside editor

Discussion in 'Editor & General Support' started by Nirvan, Jun 21, 2019.

  1. Nirvan

    Nirvan

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    Since unity is supporting DPI scalling, fonts and icons inside Unity Editor are pretty lean, I don't like this look,
    can seem a bit stupid but this is one thing which holds me from going to newest versions of unity.
    Today I saw video from one guy who had nice looking fonts etc. inside editor in version 2019, I want it too but can't find answer on the internet :(
    Can someone help?

    I want editor to look more like in 2017.3:
    upload_2019-6-21_9-54-57.png

    Than how it looks in newer versions:
    upload_2019-6-21_9-55-37.png

    I mean, I get used to more bold fonts and many icons looks like they're not antialiased (check 'game' packman icon) and not fitting in positions to their slots, like they're offsetted by accident.
    I noticed that fonts now are just in higher res (more visible when I uploaded screen) old are a bit blurry and seems to be a bit more thick, but fonts from video I described previously looked just right and much better than mine.
     
  2. Nirvan

    Nirvan

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    Ok I fixed it by going to editor folder clicking right mouse button on "Unity.exe" then "Properties" > "compatibility" > "Change settings for high DPI resolution" > Option on the bottom something about replacing high resolution DPI, change to "System (upgraded)" and then I have smooth, nice looking fonts and icons.
     
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