It isn't a problem, at all, if you know the old, existing Windows size controls that have existed since the very early days of Windows.fairnooks said:. . . sometimes the text is below the boundaries of the box and you can't drag the edges to make it bigger. Windows XP does not do a good job of scaling and if a programmer doesn't consider that possibility of text being other than the exact point size he or she is using, its a problem. . .
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