Press Ctl+0 (that's a zero) to reset the zoom, or hold down the Ctrl key and move the mouse wheel to change the amount of zoom.
I tested this in CFB3, but it should also work in CFB2016.
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Thanks for your answer Eddie, but that only works for the working area, the zoom does not affect the size of the toolbar and/or the buttons in the right and top of the interface.
I read in another post that this issue comes from eclipse and there is a fix for Eclipse but I think adobe will still need to put hands on it also as I tried but it didn't work.
Sorry, I overlooked your mentioning the toolbar when I looked at your screenshot. Yes, this is a "High DPI awareness" issue that application developers have to explicitly take into account when developing applications for current environments. Unfortunately it looks like Eclipse isn't high DPI aware.
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It fixes the problem for CFB2016 same as it does for Eclipse, you just need to rename "eclipse.exe.manifest" to "CFBuilder.exe.manifest" and save it in the same folder where your CFBuilder.exe file is located (by default it's under C:\ColdFusionBuilder2016\ folder). It fixed the problem on my laptop.
Yes that fixed the problem, but today I installed the latest windows update 1703 (Creators), and the issue came back again.
The solution is:
- Open the Registry and navigate to this path Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\SideBySide, add a new DWORD record named "PreferExternalManifest" with value "1"
- In the CF builder installation directory (C:\ColdFusionBuilder2016) create a file named CFBuilder.exe.manifest with this content
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
<assembly xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:asm.v1" manifestVersion="1.0" xmlns:asmv3="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:asm.v3">
*Note: Some windows updates will remove the PreferExternalManifest record from the registry so you only need to add the record again.