Intellij 13.1.5 on Xubuntu Linux 12.04.
In my XFCE linux UI, I can change the pixel per inch settings to notify the UI of the number of pixels to use to scale the UI to match my high-resolution screen. So I can read the text and see the graphics. All is scaled properly.
With Netbeans, I can start the IDE with the flag "--fontsize XX" to have the menus and dialog boxes scaled so I can read the text.
On Windows, I can go into the settings and change the DPI just as I can in XFCE to have the system scale the text and graphics to match the resolution of my screen.
On my Mac, I can request the UI be scaled, and although I'm offered a series of steps rather than a continuous range of values to choose from, there are at least several choices, and I can scale the text and graphics to make it visible without strain.
How can I do this with IntelliJ? The text and graphics are ludicrously, and unusably, small. Just in case someone is not reading this properly, I am not interested in how to make the code I write larger - I mean the UI as delivered by Jetbrains - the menus and dialogs. The product is unusable by default.
I can't find anything in the local topics or on-line that addresses this.
Thanks in advance,