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What exactly does HiDpi=Y set? ... and where?

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qwert
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Once again, I'm delving into the strange—and changing in Win10—realm of High DPI Displays.  Things that I thought were settled seem back in play.

As a test, I prepared two simple GUIs ... one with HiDpi=Y ... and with HiDpi=N.

They ARE treated differently on a Win10 PC running at 125%.  But the DPI parameters in Properties show exactly the same settings: nothing is set.  Yet by changing the settings in Properties, I can change the displayed GUI on that PC.

So, what does, exactly, does #AutoIt3Wrapper_Res_HiDpi=Y do?  I couldn't find a definitive answer in any post.

Any help will be appreciated.

 

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