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Text in code windows became very blur

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I do remember what I did but text in code windows became very blur. Another screens such as option, solution explorer are still very clear. How to fix it? I tried to reset to reset all setting but no luck.I do remember what I did but text in code windows became very blur.Another screens such as option, solution explorer are still very clear.How to fix it?I tried to reset to reset all setting but no luck.

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