I upgraded my desktop PC to have a nice 27" 4K monitor. Now at at native resolution, 3840x2160, every application is too small on the screen to read. Hence, visiting the Display Settings in Windows 10 and choosing a High-DPI setting of 150% scale factor works well. This makes apps like Visual Studio, Word, and most legacy apps designed for lower res screens to just work without additional adjustments.
But on PyCharms (as well as any other JetBrains IDE), the app ignores the DPI setting. It just renders 12px high text that can't be read. The workaround is to change the default font setting for the editor. Then change the default font size for the console window. This mostly fixes everything except the title bars to most inner windows, buttons, and menu items are still too small to read. I have to squint to read it.
Is this being fixed anytime soon?