Teamviewer is impossible to use on 4K displays: the application is way too small and it makes it almost impossible to read the font. Any way to fix this?
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Yes, it's possible to change DPI Settings and solve your issue. This is very handy when users have a 4K screen.
Please run the following commands to set TeamViewer to a higher resolution
#stop teamviewer daemon sudo teamviewer daemon stop cd ~/.local/share/teamviewer12 #backup reg files cp system.reg system.reg.bak cp user.reg user.reg.bak #Replace values for LogPixels. The default value is 60 Hex. Can be from 60 to 1E0 (96 to 480 dpi) #The following lines updates the value to 150 dpi sed -i 's/LogPixels"=dword:00000060/LogPixels"=dword:00000096/' system.reg sed -i 's/LogPixels"=dword:00000060/LogPixels"=dword:00000096/' user.reg #start teamviewer daemon sudo teamviewer daemon start #start teamviewer teamviewer &
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Thanks! The tiny font was driving me mad (using 4k2k screen on kUbuntu 17.04/Plasma), needed KMag to decode some menu items. Kudo well earned.
Remark 1: The value 00000096 was a bit too big for me, I used 00000080 in the end.
Remark 2: I think it would be a lot easier to have an option in the 'settings' UI to be able to set the font.
Im having the same issue in windows 10, in the HP envy, can you please give this code for windows console?
I'm having a similar problem with Teamviewer 14. (font scaling) on Ubuntu 18.04. when I scale my desktop to 200% (so I can actually see icons, text, etc).
I looked in the
no .reg files to tweak
drwxr-xr-x 4 xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx 4096 Oct 23 09:50 ./ drwxr-xr-x 33 xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx 4096 Nov 23 10:45 ../ drwx------ 2 xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx 4096 Nov 23 11:24 logfiles/ drwxr-xr-x 3 xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx 4096 Oct 23 09:50 pictureCache/
name@host:~$ sudo systemctl stop teamviewerd.service name@host:~$ teamviewer winecfg
does nothing (no access to dpi controls) just launches the teamviewer gui. I'm open to suggestions.
I guess my last post was deleted.
As with above, no reg files for TV14 folder, and the commands don't work at all (even with changing the directory to teamviewer14 of course)
The font is way too small in the client to even read ANYTHING without a magnifying glass!
This is happening when Nvidia Open Source Driver is being used ... but let's not blame Nvidia or Ubuntu, because ...
EVERY other App is working fine ... Just NOT Teamviewer,
Any help appreciated, I am NOT the only one with this issue
Ubuntu 18.04 LTR, Nvidia GTX1080M 415.25 Driver, Hp Omen X Cutting Edge laptop
Having the same issue with a Radeon 560 card and Ubuntu 18.10.
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How in this day and age could a wealthy company like TeamViewer ...
NOT put in a Scaling and/or Font / DPI Control in the Base System or Options Tab is beyonf me.
to be fair to Teamviewer, I think the issue is with QT/Gnome and they can't fix it until QT does. I also having scaling problems with VLC on a 4k monitor at 200%, and there's no real fix for it either.
However, VLC on KDE doesn't suffer from these issues, and I would bet TV on KDE looks fine too.
(in Ubuntu with Nvidia)
One solution is to change the resolution whilst TeamViewer is running (ex to 4K) then back to 1080P, and magically the font is scaled and readable as normal
Always trying to help, Mark
p.s. I guess this proves it is a scaling issue, though who is the culprit?
TeamViewer? Nvidia? or Ubuntu? My guess is it is TViewer with Nvidia
I am using Kubuntu 18.10 with a 4K monitor. Font DPI is 144 and scaling is set to 1.5 and teamviewer gui is messed up with text and buttons misaligned, etc. I had similar problems with another application that shipped its own QT libraries that didn't pick up the system setting. I suspect that teamviewer ships with old static QT libraries. The proper solution would be to use the system libraries, but that has other complications.
I added the line 'export QT_SCALE_FACTOR=1.33' to the beginning of /usr/bin/teamviewer and this "fixed" the display by scaling it to 2x for the teamviewer app (1.5X1.33 ~ 2). It isn't a real solution, but an acceptable workaround. I hope this is helpful.