11-10-2016 08:01 AM
Please try the recently released RapidMiner Studio 7.3 and follow this documentation page according to your operating system:
Please report if it did or did not resolve your problem with high-resolution displays.
11-10-2016 05:48 PM
it did not work
the final step could not be performed
the options under control panel were notavailable in win 7 enterprise
11-14-2016 02:03 PM
11-15-2016 06:54 AM
can you describe your exact problem? Because all I need to do on my machine is right-click on my Desktop, go to Display Settings, and then move the slider to the right.
11-15-2016 07:11 AM
@mskinner: Are you sure that the mentioned pre-requisites are satisfied?
In Windows 7 platforms there are two prerequisites for the scaling adjustment to take effect:
Use Windows XP Style DPI scalingis not checked.
11-17-2016 10:49 AM
In reply to Zoltan's post, I just wanted to mention that I followed the steps explained for Windows 7/8.x (involving editing the java.exe and javaw.exe manifests) on my Windows 10 Home edition and it worked just fine. It is actually much better than the Windows 10 solution which involves changing the Display settings, as it requires to be pushed to 300% to have a significant impact, and at this value it messes up a lot of other elements outside RapidMiner.
01-11-2017 07:18 PM
This solution worked perfectly with RapidMiner Studio 7.3 on Microsoft Surface Book. The Win10 scaling solution provided by RapidMiner is much less desireable. Thank you alexy.Re:
"Windows 10 - Scaling Issue [ New ]
See EDIT2 of this answer, it helped me. I opened this file C:\Program Files\RapidMiner\RapidMiner Studio\jre\bin\javaw.exe in ResTuner and edited Manifest, replacing <dpiAware>true</dpiAware> with <dpiAware>false</dpiAware> "
3 weeks ago - last edited 3 weeks ago
I'm incredulous that this can this is an issue for something released over a decade ago. I'm completely baffled there's not a simple option under 'View' for globally enlarging the font. Following @mldavis 's solution (editing the manifest with Resource Tuner) worked on Windows 7. You guys should probably change that line of code in your next release.
3 weeks ago
unfortunately, the whole scaling business across platforms and different OS versions for those platforms is not as trivial as it may look from the outside. There are lots of problems associated with it, which is why it's the way it is currently.
Some technical details for the interested:
- We provide the "-Dsun.java2d.dpiaware=false" switch when launching RapidMiner Studio, but it does not work everywhere.
- Editing the manifest of the javaw.exe is something we are not allowed to by the legal framework of Java. We cannot edit the file and ship a modified JRE or Oracle could come after us. Only endusers may alter the file once they have installed Studio. Which is why this is detailed in our docs: http://docs.rapidminer.com/studio/installation/hid
3 weeks ago
So this solution worked for me on my Windows 10 device (Surface Pro 4):
1. Go to Rapidminer Studio.exe properties (right click > Properties)
2. Under the "Compatibility" tab check "Override high DPI scaling behaviour..." and set Scaling perfomed by to "System"
3. Click "OK"