The WinForms Notepad Project: High-DPI Support (Premium)

When Windows Forms first appeared with the initial release of the .NET Framework in early 2002, Windows XP was still brand new and high DPI displays were several years away from being the norm in the PC market. For this reason, Windows Forms applications can look fuzzy when run on high DPI displays, and this is something we’ve seen with our Notepad control.

Fortunately, Microsoft added...

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