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Guest Joshua DeLapp

When loading Eclipse Web, the log-in page displays compressed into a quarter of the browser window; controls and text within Eclipse Web may also appear overlapping with each other.

 

This occurs when text size (DPI) is set to something other than 100% on a small display, such as a notebook or laptop. To correct this issue:

  1. Open Windows Control Panel.
  2. Click Appearance and Personalization or Display (depending on operating system and Control Panel layout).
  3. Click Make text and other items larger or smaller.
  4. Click the Smaller - 100% (default) radio button.
  5. If prompted to do so, restart the workstation.

After restarting, reload Eclipse and the application should now load correctly.

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Guest Joshua DeLapp

When loading Eclipse Web, the log-in page displays compressed into a quarter of the browser window; controls and text within Eclipse Web may also appear overlapping with each other.

 

This occurs when text size (DPI) is set to something other than 100% on a small display, such as a notebook or laptop. To correct this issue:

  1. Open Windows Control Panel.
  2. Click Appearance and Personalization or Display (depending on operating system and Control Panel layout).
  3. Click Make text and other items larger or smaller.
  4. Click the Smaller - 100% (default) radio button.
  5. If prompted to do so, restart the workstation.

After restarting, reload Eclipse and the application should now load correctly.

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Guest Joshua DeLapp

When loading Eclipse Web, the log-in page displays compressed into a quarter of the browser window; controls and text within Eclipse Web may also appear overlapping with each other.

 

This occurs when text size (DPI) is set to something other than 100% on a small display, such as a notebook or laptop. To correct this issue:

  1. Open Windows Control Panel.
  2. Click Appearance and Personalization or Display (depending on operating system and Control Panel layout).
  3. Click Make text and other items larger or smaller.
  4. Click the Smaller - 100% (default) radio button.
  5. If prompted to do so, restart the workstation.

After restarting, reload Eclipse and the application should now load correctly.

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