Photoshop interface scaling issues OVER THREE YEARS and not fixed!

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This issue fundamentally affects the use of Photoshop everyday, all the time, it's the base level of using a program, and has been ignored by Adobe for 3 years.  What kind of monitors does Adobe use? what do they set them too..  some help please..
  8 months ago:
"Jeffrey Tranberry, Official Response
I've stated a number of times on various threads that this is something the team is working on."

Why even come out with any new version without fixing a major issue like this..  what is the problem and why has it taken so long?  how about some sort of hack or patch?,, anything...

100% is way too small and 200% is too big for my 2k monitor. I was looking for a solution and  reading through a bunch of the messages, people asking over and over for some kind of solution, years go by and nothing..very disappointing Adobe!
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Dennis Zeitz

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John Maguire

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I agree 100% with you. Adobe is intent on adding new and sometimes useless features than they are in fixing bugs
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Dennis Zeitz

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I would say it's more of a crippling design flaw than a bug..  either I can't see the icons, or I have no work space.  
I spent a few hours trying to get the windows registry hack to work because a lot of people said that it worked for them, but it's doesn't work for the latest version of photoshop.
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oh I guess I shouldn't have come back in only 7 days, I should wait a few years to see that nothing happened with this issue..