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Turn off per-monitor DPI awareness as it is not supported #2427

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This is the first fix for #2426, also the quickest and dirtiest as the UI will become blurry in the secondary display.

Basically it reverts a change: 1e072e5#diff-dc2430a5071a2f8e51b6cd9abc1adc5bL13

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@Mygod Mygod referenced this pull request Jun 26, 2019
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