If you use a high-resolution monitor, Maple's display might not be scaled properly. Unfortunately, this is a well-known Windows 10 issue that affects more than just Maple, but you can improve the display by trying the following:
Override the high DPI scaling behaviour for Maple. To do this:
- Right-click Maple’s shortcut.
- Select Properties (at the bottom).
- Open the Compatibility tab.
- Check the "Override high DPI scaling behaviour" box.
- Select "System" from the "Scaling performed by" dropdown box.
- Click "Apply".
This may cause jogamp processes to slow down the start-up. If this happens, please disable ANLL for Maple.
Lower the overall Windows DPI setting. To do this:
- Search "dpiscaling" from the Start menu and run the first item that comes up.
- Under "Scale and layout", change the "Change the size of text, apps, and other items" dropdown menu to 100%.
You may also want to increase the size of the Toolbar icons: