I've had trouble with small text in Lr CC (fully updated) on the Aspire.
I got around some of the small font size using Windows 10 settings. But still a problem is in the dialog box that opens when emailing photos from Lr directly. The photos appear so tiny they're not discernible. The icons for setting text appearance in the message area of the email are tiny as well and appears partially blocked out by the upper left portion of the box where text is written. Also the pointer actuated tools in Develop mode are tiny and barely discernable. I hope I made that understandable enough. This is not a problem in my old Toshiba Satellite laptop that has Lr CC as well. Enclosed screen shot of the email dialog box.
Current scaling level? Settings>Display>size of text, apps, and other items. 250% (recommended).
Advanced display settings>Resolution. 3840x2160 (recommended).
Control Panel>Display>change only the text size. All set at 9. Changing these had no effect on the email dialog box.
Lr font size. Automatic (default) 250% (current). I've changed this setting but no change visible. My Satellite setting is at Large and everything works fine.
Both laptops have been updated to 2015.10. Old laptop is working as usual but I'm sorry to say the new laptop Acer V17 is still the same. I went back and forth between laptops for a while then learned to trust that the email d box will send it off. I'm just disappointed that after spending all the money for a sub to CC and a new laptop that a much used feature is substandard. Still waiting for a remedy.
I thank you for asking though.
Yes I am still dealing with this issue. I no longer think this problem is Lr specific. I find similar behavior in other areas.
When using the scroll wheel on the mouse. When I press the scroll wheel a circle with up and down arrows appears. I can control the speed the page scrolls up or down by moving the mouse or using the up and down arrows on the keyboard.
This "circle/icon" is significantly smaller than the one that appears on my other laptop.
I'd sure like a remedy. If nothing else a direction to go from here.
Anything you can do or suggest would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you, George.