Can I set the Windows display settings to 120DPI to and view my site?
There can be display issues for web sites when viewed from a PC with the DPI settings altered from the normal 96DPI. You can use our interactive live testing to see your site at 120 DPI (or other supported DPI settings ) to verify your site works fine for consumers whose PCs are configured in this manner.
Here are the instructions to see this in Windows XP.
After launching a Windows XP configuration, right click on the desktop.
Select properties, settings, advanced, set DPI setting to 120 DPI (large size).
Leave the 'After I change display settings' radio list to 'Apply the new display settings without restarting'
Hit Apply, and Ok. Press 'Yes' to skip reinstalling the required files.
Hit Yes when it asks you if you want to restart your computer.
You will get some RFB errors as the machine reboots from the java client, but in our testing it handled the disconnects and reconnection without losing the session.
When the configuration has rebooted, the desktop will now be shown at 120 DPI and you can launch a browser to test your site.