I installed the newest version of RStudio (i.e. v1.2.679-1 Preview) and the fonts and the whole application is so large that is almost impossible to work. My 27" monitor has res. 3840x2160. Is it known problem? I tried to fix it using scaling DPI by system but results do not satisfy me. Previous ver. RStudio works well. I know that something can be change in settings (Appearance) but it's not good solution.
What happens when you adjust RStudio's menu font sizes with ctrl+"+" and ctrl+"-".
Or adjust adjust the size of console, code and other window fonts via tools >> Global Options >> Appearance?
In Windows zoom in: CTRL+Shift '+' ; zoom out: CTRL '-'
That works: fonts and tabs change the size. But the question is: why in all of the previous versions of RStudio I didn't have to do? Thanks, but I uninstall RStudio from my PC because it's impossible to work with (I checked on my laptop.).
I ran into the same thing today, but could zoom it down to 75%. I like the more native look so far. There are still some quirks. For example, the git management window is still super big. And there's a weird white square in the packages pane.
Windows 10, Version 1.2.679 – Build 703 (415a39c1)
Edit: I think the shocking largeness happens because Windows 10 can upscale everything to be 150% size on high DPI screen.
There is a problem with RStudio not with Windows 10. Previous versions works well.
I just meant it’s the interplay of the two.
@RobertForum: Are you using just a single monitor with a resolution of 3840 x 2160, or do you by any chance have a dual-monitor setup? (Just in case it's multiple monitors + multiple resolutions triggering the bug in RStudio)
It would be helpful if you could confirm which version of Windows you have installed, as well.
I use only a single monitor. I use Windows 10 Education x64, build 1803.
Thanks for the response.
I'm having a similar problem, having recently moved to a dual monitor setup wit ha WIndows laptop. The laptop screen is a 3000x2000 13" screen, so very high DPI, and the monitor is a larger but only a 1920x0180 screen. I can adjust the zoom in RStudio for either monitor, but I'm not sure if there's some sort of adaptive solution I'm missing.
(Windows 10 Pro 1803)
I'm finding that the ideal zoom for RStudio in my setup matches that for Windows: 100% for both RStudio and Windows on my external monitor, and 175% for both RStudio and WIndows on my laptop display. Perhaps a future version of RStudio could have an option to read the current display's zoom setting on boot and on changing displays? (I don't have much Windows dev experience; I shouldn't presume )