under "High DPI scaling override" and is set to "Application" Click OK Click Apply x2 Click OK Load the game. I had the same problema and your way worked like a charm for me. You are a hero.Give Windows some credit here. If you set scaling to 200% even non-DPI aware apps look at least as good as they do on low DPI monitors because they get perfect pixel doubling. That's actually better than most scalers manage to do - both AMD and Nvidia's, and the scalers built in to most displays, use blurry bi-linear scaling that looks crap.
Here are when the problems started: 1. the main problem is that with the main monitor set to 175% scale (looks good) the two other monitors are set to 100% scaling - (icons/text looks giant - basically almost unusable). If I set it to a lower scaling (on the 4K monitor) I can't read the text or see the icons as they are so small. 2. Even on Chrome 69 on my multi-DPI work setup I have to turn on the DPI scaling compatibility mode/override to not get huge dialog boxes and widgets. It's a bit frustrating to me that a currently supported, modern app would still have problems with that.
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