# User Portlet

Ian Hojnicki
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They are antialiasing artifacts from drawing the raster as a set of primitives. The simplest way to deal with this is to add ImageResolution->96 to each Raster.
> Ok, but does Mathematica 12.1 at least install without any issues? I believe 12.1 behaves in a similar manner to 12.2. My memory is a bit fuzzy here, it has been a while. > When I tried to launch Mathematica in Windows 10 WSL2 Ubuntu on...
Great. If you use 3D graphics a lot, you might want to consider setting 3DRenderingEngine to OpenGL while PreferredGPU is set to Software.
The XPS viewer feature is probably not installed. Go to Settings app > Apps > Optional Features > Add a feature. Type in "XPS" into the search field and install the XPS Viewer.
You cannot specify "HardwareAntialiasingQuality"->0 locally. The only value that matters is the one at the global scope (i.e. the one in the Preferences dialog). All of the Antialiasing specs are superfluous as well.
The text should be using the ambient font and size as spec'd from the OS. What is returned from evaluating CurrentValue["SystemFonts"]? The output from CurrentValue["ConnectedDisplays"] might be useful as well.
This will fail in more places than it works, since ImageSize is not in pixels. Instead, use Rasterize[text, "BoundingBox"] and the result can be used in generating the ImageSize specification.
You can use the following to temporarily reset the default directory for the dialog: CurrentValue[\$FrontEndSession, "NotebookBrowseDirectory"] = NotebookDirectory[EvaluationNotebook[]] IIRC, this only works on Windows and Linux. ...
The fonts look like the primary monitor's scale changed while it was running. Does this behavior persist after rebooting? Also what is the custom scale actually set to?
If all of your monitors are running at 100%, we grandfather the FrontEnd into how things rendered in 12.0. You can opt-out of being grandfathered in by setting ScreenResolutionCompatibilityMode->False in the Options Inspector. If a display is...