When Display text size is set to anything other than 100%, the Ruler in Scrivener is SKEWED and INACCURATE

SERIOUS BUG: Under Windows 7, when the Display text size is set to anything other than 100% (see Control Panel\Appearance and Personalization\Display), the Ruler in Scrivener is SKEWED and INACCURATE.

This does not seem to be an issue under Windows 10, and I have not checked Windows 8.

However, if I establish a particular ruler width in Scrivener under Windows 7 (where the Display text size is, for example, 125%, rather than 100%), create a document, save that, and then reopen the same Scrivener project on a system that has Windows 10 as the OS, the Ruler in the latter will be different from the ruler under Windows 7, and the document’s text will no longer be the right width. This is due to a failure on the part of Scrivener to properly handle Display text sizes other than 100% under Windows 7. So, this needs to be corrected in some fashion, even if it means adding and Option in Scrivener where the actual OS display text scaling (e.g., 100%, 125%, etc.) may be specified, so that Scrivener for Windows may then properly calculate the width, etc., of its ruler.