We all know that Windows 7 supports setting the font size on a "per-user" basis. Therefore, one user can set his settings to 100% (96 dpi), and another at 150%, while the default size that windows uses is 125%, like on our laptop (125% is labeled as "default" when you go to adjust the display settings for "faciliate screen reading" (sorry this is a translation from french, not sure what the exact wording is in English).
The laptop has 1680x1050 display, and when set to "medium/125 %" display size, one of our application's display is all screwed up. So I changed the user settings to 100%, but the application is still screwed up (missing buttons, buttons overlapping others, etc). I noticed that when I log off and return to the main login screen, Windows reverts back to 125% display size. The manufacturer of the application has confirmed that their app uses the "default display size", so I am looking for a way to change the Windows default font size (system default).
Anyone knows how ?
PS: And at the same time maybe, any other "default user" settings so that I don't have to reconfigure each user one at a time ?