DPI Scaling Guide

Why do I need to change the magnification?

Screen Magnification or "Scale and Layout" will affect how IntuitiveTables reads your poker tables. This will lead to scaling issues on certain poker sites and the tables will not be sized correctly. If you have this setting turned on in Windows you have two options:

1) Disable DPI scaling for each poker site you play
2) Set magnification back to 100% everywhere.

Option 1: Change Each Site's DPI Settings

What will this do?

This will disable zooming and magnification for each poker site but not affect the rest of your system. Choosing this method will allow tables to be placed in the grid perfectly as intended.

This may result in numbers and letters being too small on the poker site itself. You can increase overall table sizes, play with more overlap, or try to move closer to your monitor.

Get Started ➤

Right click on the poker site's desktop icon and click properties. Navigate to the Compatibility tab. You will have to do this for each site.

Windows 10

Next ➤

Inside the compatibility tab click the button "Change high DPI settings."

Disable Scaling ➤

Check the box next to "Override high DPI scaling behavior." Under the drop down menu for "Scaling performed by:" please select "Application."

Press OK ➤

This will not affect any other applications other than the selected site. You will need to restart the poker client in order for the changes to take place.

Windows 7

Disable Scaling ➤

Check the box next to "Disable display scaling on high DPI Settings"

Press OK ➤

You will need to restart the poker client in order for the changes to take place.

Option 2: Change Magnification back to 100%

What will this do?

This will disable zooming and magnification across your whole system. This method will also allow tables to be placed as intended.

If you are used to being zoomed in, this may result in numbers and letters being too small everywhere. You could try lowering your resolution to 1920x1080 or you can increase overall table sizes, play with more overlap, or try to move closer to your monitor.

Windows 10

Get Started ➤

Right click on the desktop and click Display Settings.

Change Scale and Layout ➤

Make sure your Scale and Layout value is set to 100%.

Log out ➤

If you do change this value, you will need to log out and back in to Windows in order for the changes to take place.

Windows 7

Get Started ➤

Right click on the desktop and click Screen Resolution.

Inside Screen Resolution ➤

Click "Make text and other items larger or smaller"

Set Magnification ➤

Confirm the value is set to "Smaller - 100% (default)". If you do change this value, you will need to log out of Windows in order for the changes to take place.