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    flash is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Default anyone has an idea how to fix this.....Jyu, Vol?

    Okay, for some reason, almost all the fonts is bolded, even the outlook msg that has been read, the icon caption, the clock, the start button, tooltip, basically almost everything,

    I tried the advanced display settings, where you can change every fonts for every properties (icons, tooltip, desktop, font size with DPI settings) it didn't work.

    she must have pressed something in the keyboard or using a some program that make everthing bolded.

    I searched google but no luck so far.

    any idea?

    Last edited by flash; 10-13-2006 at 07:35 AM.

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    nnnnoooo...

    All I can think to try would be the appearance tab in display properties. Change the text to normal size. But... you said you tried.

    Only other weird thing I can think of is try ClearType Tuning. It's a M$ powertoy for making large LCD monitors look better.
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    Heiji1412 is online now Senior Member Frequent Poster
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    Maybe re-apply the visual themes? Try different ones, like switch back to Luna, then back to Royale

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    WaLkInStIcK is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    if they were bold..... but arent suppose to be then what would happen if u were to set them to bold :O

    is it really that annoying?
    "Don't judge it!!!!"

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    tigerm is offline Senior Member Frequent Poster
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    You've already mentioned the Appearance tab in Display Properties (but rather than setting each font, it's easier to change the whole Scheme/theme).

    There's also the Display Properties -> Settings -> Advanced... -> General tab. The Display Font Size is normally set to Small Fonts.

    Other than that, you can try changing/updating your video driver or looking at the settings relevant to your specific video card or monitor (some of those have an effect on the font, but it depends on the software).

    I suppose it's also possible that the fonts themselves were replaced, but that's unlikely.

    That's all I can think of off hand.

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    flash is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    hmm Thanks Volvogga and everyone,
    I already tried everythinggg, I finally gave up and deleted her user profile and create a new profile for her mwahahah.

 

 

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