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  1. I recently got handed a new laptop to start developing on. The problem is that it's got a much higher resolution monitor than what I've been using. 1920x1080 vs. 1280x800. In order to actually be able to read any of my code without serious squinting, I've upped the font, etc. size to 125% (this is on a Win7 box). When I did this, thankfully, lots of stuff in LabVIEW got bigger. Local/global variables, bundle by name, etc. all are much more readable. However, in the block diagram, all the LabVIEW primitives, subvi boxes, as well as controls and indicators stayed the same tiny size. Also, in Project Explorer, the descenders are cut off of any letters in a vi name. Same with the font name in the upper middle of the front panel. So the question: Is there any way to make LabVIEW itself bigger? I can only see this problem as getting worse and worse as monitor resolutions get higher and higher.
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